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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.

Northwoods Wildman is on the scene

Northwoods Wildman is on the scene

SooToday catches up with a seven-year-old budding outdoor expert and social media influencer having a blast while educating and entertaining people in the northwoods
Clean North scholarship winner encourages youth

Clean North scholarship winner encourages youth

Celeste Shoahs, one of four winners of an environmental scholarship from Clean North and Shaw, advises young people to get involved in environmental stewardship any way they can
Sault female hockey player has her eyes on Winter Olympics

Sault female hockey player has her eyes on Winter Olympics

On her way to reaching hockey’s biggest stage, 12-year-old Haylee Lecuyer is okay with being one girl on a rink of boys
Motivated sibling duo reflects on successful cross-country skiing season

Motivated sibling duo reflects on successful cross-country skiing season

Jasper and Gwendolyn Tchir received provincial recognition in March
Games Nook II more than a store - it's also a community

Games Nook II more than a store - it's also a community

Games Nook II is half store, half game room
Sault College students raise funds for hospital while getting fit

Sault College students raise funds for hospital while getting fit

Fit-A-Thon fundraises for Saut Area Hospital Foundation, challenges students to be fit without using high-tech workout equipment
Friendship rooted in professional relationship blossoms for autistic teen and support worker

Friendship rooted in professional relationship blossoms for autistic teen and support worker

Time spent together mutually beneficial
Colourful fundraising efforts by fifth-grader brightens lives <b>(4 photos)</b>

Colourful fundraising efforts by fifth-grader brightens lives (4 photos)

Leighton Pollari made so many bracelets she didn't know what to do with them until her mom suggested she sell them and donate the funds
Local teacher and student share tools to engage next generation in climate change action

Local teacher and student share tools to engage next generation in climate change action

Being blunt with the facts about the current state of affairs is important, says teacher
Sweet Change program rewards deserving young locals

Sweet Change program rewards deserving young locals

Gabriel Sawchyn and Autumn Pelletier Commanda were awarded $500 for their outstanding good deeds but the committee had a hard time choosing just two young people for the award