Thumbs up for Riley, Emily, Britney, Konner and Zoey!Saturday, June 01, 2013 by: SooToday.com Staff
Five local students received awards for their anti-drug poster designs at the provincial level sponsored by the Elks/Royal Purple.
Wayne Sherlock, Ontario Provincial Elks past president presented the awards to Riley McBride, first place, Grade 1, primary division; Emily Duchesne, first place, Grade 6, junior division; Britney Dixon, second place, Grade 7, intermediate division (all from the Cornerstone Christian Elementary School) and Konner Ritchie, third place, Grade 4, junior division; and Zoey Mantovan, third place, Grade 7, intermediate division (both from East View Public School).
All five students had won locally in the top three divisions so their work was sent to the provincial level.
Note: Comments that appear on the site are not the opinion of SooToday.com. If you see an abusive post, please click the link beside the post to report it.
hp111 6/1/2013 10:32:33 AM Report
Congrats to the kids, Looking pretty good there Mr Sherlock.. I see retirement is treating you good. :-)
mixerman55 6/1/2013 11:06:49 AM Report
Congrats to the kids,Wayne you still look the same, just a little older and less stress,
S.M.A.R.T. 6/1/2013 12:31:18 PM Report
I'm sure these kids don't and chances are, never will do drugs. Too bad those who do, and will, don't get involved. I would feel much more reassured.
Y.B.P.C. 6/1/2013 8:47:51 PM Report
Great job guys! And good to see these anti-drug campaigns in the schools.
Canada has a terrible track record on both usage levels and the exportation of illicit drugs.
All of us know many people whose lives have been stalled or ruined by drug use.