Meet Aley, a Miss Wagga 2018 entrant

MEET ALEY: Aley Harvey, an occupational therapist, is one of the five Miss Wagga 2018 entrants. Meet the next entrant in next Saturday's Weekend Advertiser.

MEET ALEY: Aley Harvey, an occupational therapist, is one of the five Miss Wagga 2018 entrants. Meet the next entrant in next Saturday's Weekend Advertiser.

The Miss Wagga Quest 2018 commences this weekend with the entrants holding their first event. The Daily Advertiser will feature an entrant profile each weekend for the next five weeks. Meet the first entrant.

Name:  Aley Harvey

Age: 23

Occupation: Occupational Therapist                                           

What is your favourite thing about Wagga?

My favourite thing about Wagga is we are a tight knit community, without feeling like a small town. I enjoy being able to go downtown and greet multiple people I know by name and stop to have a conversation.

What is your favourite film and why?  

This is a tough question as I have many favourite films and it’s often difficult to pick just one. However, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers is probably the best of the favourites.    

Who would you invite to dinner (top three)?

Emma Watson – I believe she is fantastic role model for young women everywhere and her approach to life is inspiring

Roger Federer – Because who doesn’t love Federer? I truly admire Roger’s sportsmanship and dedication to his sport, family and fans

Ellen DeGeneres – Ellen is super funny, intelligent and a fierce fighter for all things human rights

Where do you see yourself in five years?

Hopefully in five years’ time I will be living in my own home that I built in Glenfield, Bourkelands or Lloyd.

If you won Lotto what is the first thing you would purchase/do?

If I had the good fortune to win the Lotto I would pay off all my of University debts, my parents debts and purchase a house for myself on a small 1-acre block of land.

If you could do one thing without punishment what would you do?

Being someone who has a lot of dietary restrictions and can’t eat what most people would deem “normal food”, I would eat a big meal of garlic bread, creamy carbonara pasta with a maxibon for dessert!

Why did you join the Miss Wagga Wagga Quest?

I have joined the Miss Wagga Wagga Quest to push myself out of my comfort zone, give back to my community and get involved more women.

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