Children in the library’s Summer Reading Club received medals as the program concluded on Aug. 27. Medal recipients are pictured with Mayor Janice Perrino

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Children in the library’s Summer Reading Club received medals as the program concluded on Aug. 27.

Children in the library’s Summer Reading Club received medals as the program concluded on Aug. 27.

Medal recipients are pictured with Mayor Janice Perrino, in the back at left, librarian Caroline McKay, in the back at right and Royal Bank mascot Leo the Lion.

Recipients are Philip Atkinson, Benjamin Austin, Alexi Bennett, Mackenzie Bird, Matthew Bird, William Biro, Lauren Bitte, Eva Braam, Nolan Brandsma, Dalton Brilz, Atticus Brummitt, Clea Brummitt, Andrea Brunner, Brix Corday, Lexi Corday, Amelia DeGagne, Claire DeGagne, Kennedy Donald, Caleb Dykstra, Daniel Dykstra, Sophie Eaton, Scarlett Ehmann, Hunter Esson, Justin Fotherby, Alex Franke, Emily Franke, Nilah Gaudiuso, Tavian Gaudiuso, Gabriella Goodsell, Madeline Goodsell, Ella Hiebert, Ezra Hiebert, Emily Jell, Ellie Kidd, Dylan Kirschmann, Katrina Kirschmann, Lukas Kirschmann, Samuel Laurie, Jack Lessley, Matthew Lowery, Kailee Mah, Josiah Mahyr, Larissa Mahyr, Nicholas Mahyr, Isaac Mawhinney, Molly Mawhinney, Aidan Meadow, Everett Miller, Logan Miller, Shyla Mitchell, Isla Moritz, Emily Moseley, Owen Moseley, Reilly Noble, Max Patenaude, Isabelle Porter, Ayden Powell, Savana Preece, Hillary Robertson, Samantha Robertson, Isobel Schneider, Emma Schofield, Thea Schofield, Charles Shaw, John Shaw, Mackenzie Stevens, Katarina Stohler, Natasha Stohler, Megan Tiessen, Aristeia Tsoycalas, Kylie Usher, Luke Usher, Evan Wellborn, Haley Wiens, Talan Windrum.

 

 

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