12 students move on from Heritage Fair

Forty-four students participated in this year’s Heritage Fair at Barriere Elementary School

Judges Cheryl Cochran (l) and Glenda Feller stand with Alexandra Underhill and her RCMP Heritage Fair Project.

Judges Cheryl Cochran (l) and Glenda Feller stand with Alexandra Underhill and her RCMP Heritage Fair Project.

Forty-four students participated in this year’s Heritage Fair at Barriere Elementary School on Apr. 11.

Twelve of those youngsters have been chosen to continue on with their exceptional projects to the Regional Heritage Fair in Kamloops, on May 10, at the Henry Grube Centre.  They are:

Madison Kerslake – on history of 4-H

Cameron Kerslake – on great-grandfather Albert Keslake

Gerald Loring – on the Chu Chua Volunteer Fire Dept.

Michael Loring – on pit houses

Desiree Ewert – on the BC Wildlife Park

Monica Lee – on NHRH Drag Racing

Ty Hartman – on great-grandfather Ruben Heindriks

Pac Gregory – on Billy Barker

Kamryn Cousins – on the Trans-Canada Highway (Kamloops to Alberta)

Taylynn Eustache – on immigration to Canada

Emma Hamblin – on Hugh-Kenly Side Dam

Dane Hawkings – on the Hanging Judge Matthew Begbie

The public is welcome to view the Regional projects at the Henry Grube Centre, after 12 noon on May 10.