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Leader shines spotlight on youth in Ladner and Tsawwassen

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After four years of highlighting achievements of those South Deltans under 30 one thing remains clear.

There is no shortage of young people doing some incredible things in this community.

They are committed to causes, their schools, their sports, their hobbies, their crafts and the people they care for.

They go the extra mile in all they do, not for selfish reasons, but to make their influence a positive one for all to enjoy.

So, congratulations to those who have been selected for the South Delta Leader's 30 Under 30 edition for 2012. You more than deserve to be recognized for what you do.

But as always, this is not a conclusive list. We have likely missed others who need equal billing. If so, I encourage you to let us know and we can tell their story. Just drop us a note, email, phone call, or nominate them for next year's group.

 

For the 30 Under 30 selections for 2012, click on the links below:

Julia Badayeva, 17

Owen Best, 15

Jack Creighton, 12

Megan Dalke, 18

Jyla Davis, 28

Cory Duhaime, 23

Fraser Elliott, 29

Scott Foran, 25 and Barry Hartman, 24

Brendan Gallagher, 19

Monica Houweling, 19

Stacey Kohler, 29

Morgan Leung, 15

Wes Levesque

Tim Low, 21

Sara McManus, 18

Alec Morgana, 17

Kenzie Peters, 18

Devon Richards, 27

Logan Schuss, 22

Keddi-Anne Sherbino, 21

Rob and Rich Simpson, 22

Christopher Summers, 25

Gillian Thiel, 17

Anthony Tsui, 17

Maddy Van Beek, 17

Monika Vlcek, 17

Pricilla Westlake, 16

Allyson Wollin, 19

 

 

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