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Peninsula students honoured

From left, Earl Marriott Secondary students Carter Renard and Olivia Done; Semiahmoo Secondary
From left, Earl Marriott Secondary students Carter Renard and Olivia Done; Semiahmoo Secondary's Jessica Tan; Mayor Dianne Watts; White Rock Christian Academy's Alley Macdonell and Andre Darbinian; Elgin Park Secondary's Levi Chapman; and SSWR Electoral District Association president Jerry Presley.
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A group of Semiahmoo Peninsula students was recognized earlier this month for their community work.

The six graduating students each received the Sir John A. Macdonald Leadership Award on July 3 at a reception held at Semiahmoo House.

The $500 award is given out by the South Surrey-White Rock Electoral District Association of the Conservative Party of Canada to recognize young leaders in the community and to encourage them in future endeavors.

Mayor Dianne Watts was also present to hand out each award to the recipients.

 

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