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These stories about local youth taking action to make a difference in our community are made possible through the continued support of Pino's Get Fresh as part of our Community Leaders Program.

Grade 3 student rakes lawns with friends to raise money for charity

Grade 3 student rakes lawns with friends to raise money for charity

They fill numerous bags with leaves and raise $100 for charities in a few hours
Young Saultites sell lemonade for soup kitchen

Young Saultites sell lemonade for soup kitchen

Five and seven-year-olds enthusiastic about helping others: kindness brings kindness they say
Lafrenière made the most of his time in high school

Lafrenière made the most of his time in high school

Nicolas Lafrenière has done it all from cardboard boats to student government
Short on free time, this local graduate is big on motivation <b>(4 photos)</b>

Short on free time, this local graduate is big on motivation (4 photos)

École Notre-Dame-du-Sault graduate Cassandra Breckenridge has excelled in a wide variety of extracurricular activities, all while maintaining a high academic average
Pandemic hasn't kept this volunteer from pursuing firefighting dream

Pandemic hasn't kept this volunteer from pursuing firefighting dream

Ethan Johnson, 19, says COVID-19 has changed the way his fellow firefighters do their jobs at Prince Township Fire Department, but it hasn't dampened their dedication
Amid COVID-19 lockdown, 6-year-old Jaxton gives back to the community on his birthday

Amid COVID-19 lockdown, 6-year-old Jaxton gives back to the community on his birthday

He has raised over $630 for the Soup Kitchen in lieu of presents
Volunteering a priority for student, competitive golfer

Volunteering a priority for student, competitive golfer

Isaac Lennox is isolating at home for the time-being, but says his dedication to Algoma Residential Community Hospice hasn't faded
Student trustee driven by desire to make life better for others

Student trustee driven by desire to make life better for others

Marek McLeod is one busy 17-year-old