BAYLIE Fletcher has loved every moment of being a part of the Mossman Show Ambassador quest.
The 15-year-old Mossman State High School Year 11 student signed up for the ambassador quest as a way to further help the Leukaemia Foundation and is glad she did.
“I was already a part of the foundation and enjoy volunteering and thought this was a good opportunity to go for it and help out,” she said.
Baylie has been raising money by selling raffle tickets outside IGA as well as door-knocking and attending events such as the Airing of the Quilts during Carnivale and the Lavender and Lace fundraiser.
The keen dancer with the Port Douglas Academy of Performing Arts, who practices three times a week in between working at Fresq juice bar, is keen to study medicine and believes she has grown as a person by participating in the ambassador quest.
“It’s given me more confidence and shows I can help people,” she said.
“And it’s been really good to work with my friends to raise money for a worthy cause.”