Alexandra Klock, of Courtenay, was named Miss Vancouver Island at the 2018 Miss BC pageant in Fort Langley, July 2. The annual competition, now in its 16th year, attracted nearly 50 entrants from throughout the province. Klock was the only competitor from the Comox Valley. Photo by Miranda Gathercole, Black Press

Courtenay woman named Miss Vancouver Island

Alexandra Klock was the only competitor from the Comox Valley at the annual event.

Alexandra Klock, of Courtenay, was named Miss Vancouver Island at the 2018 Miss BC pageant in Fort Langley, July 2. The annual competition, now in its 16th year, attracted nearly 50 entrants from throughout the province. Klock was the only competitor from the Comox Valley. Photo by Miranda Gathercole, Black Press

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