Congrats to BES students

Congratulations to Barriere Elementary (BES) student, Payden Irving, who placed first in the District Rotary Speech contest

Congratulations to Barriere Elementary (BES) student, Payden Irving, who placed first in the District Rotary Speech contest, with a speech inspiredby Craig Kielburger, creator of ‘Free the Children’. All the students did a great job with their speeches, and they picked very appropriate topics in line with the Rotary theme.

Congratulations also to the following students who did very well in the schools Heritage Fair and will be advancing to the Regional Heritage Fair in Kamloops: Taylynn Eustache, Kamryn Cousins, Kash Sequin, Kaylee Nelson, Desiree Ewert, Rowan McGrath, Cam Kerslake, Emily Lassi, Lane Robinson, and Ty Hartman.

Thank you also to Helen Fraser for her hard work in annually organizing the fair at the school.

 

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