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KAMLOOPS STUDENT HAS ARTISTIC FLAIR

Pavan Sohal, a Grade 3 student at A.E. Perry elementary, won the primary category in a poster contest, part of FORED BC’s youth-engaging sustainability program. The competition was to mark National Forest Week and the theme was Healthy Forests-Healthy Communities. Pavan won $50 for her entry. -
Pavan Sohal, a Grade 3 student at A.E. Perry elementary, won the primary category in a poster contest, part of FORED BC’s youth-engaging sustainability program. The competition was to mark National Forest Week and the theme was Healthy Forests-Healthy Communities. Pavan won $50 for her entry.
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