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Hometown boy honoured

Olympic distance runner Cam Levins (right) of Black Creek received an award of recognition Tuesday from Edwin Grieve (left) and Manno Theos in the Comox Valley Regional District boardroom. Levins
Olympic distance runner Cam Levins (right) of Black Creek received an award of recognition Tuesday from Edwin Grieve (left) and Manno Theos in the Comox Valley Regional District boardroom. Levins' name has been added to the Walk of Achievement Olympians plaque at the Comox Valley Sports Centre.
— image credit: Scott Stanfield
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