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P.L.A.A Community Student Of The Year Award Recipients
Submitted By Kaylen Burgess on Thursday, July 5, 2018
We would like to congratulate our 2018 P.L.A.A Community Student Of The Year Award recipients.

This award is in honor of all present and past community volunteers who have helped make our community a better place for all the youth in the area through sports and activities.

This is a new award this year and will go to the student who best exemplifies citizenship (community /school) involvement, athletics and a student who just makes their community a better place.

This award was created to encourage all students and youth the importance of volunteer work in the community and how it impacts the youth of the community.

Congratulations girls! Your community is very proud!







Gracie Glover is our 2018 award recipient from Sacred Heart.


Gracie volunteered at the hospital gift shop throughout the year. She helped out with last Sr.Pirate Home Tournament in the Canteen at Vandamme. Gracie has participated in the St. Clair River Run for the last few years. Within the school she has shown Great Leadership as the "Chair of the Wellness Committee" and the "Me to We Club", and she also arranged a soup day for a family in need.

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P.L.A.A Executive Member, Wendy Bowles & Gracie Glover

Reegan Avery is our 2018 award recipient from River View

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P.L.A.A Executive member Christine Pelletier, Miria Pelletier & Reegan Avery
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