Participants in this year’s Summer Reading Club received medals for their achievements. Mayor Janice Perrino

Summer Reading Club participants receive medals

Participants in this year’s Summer Reading Club received medals for their achievements.

Participants in this year’s Summer Reading Club received medals for their achievements.

Mayor Janice Perrino, Karen Hooper of the Royal Bank in Summerland and librarians Caroline McKay and Adele Meadow congratulated the participants at the medal ceremony on Aug. 19.

Participants pictured include Liam Alamas, Benjamin Austin, Sydney Bach, Brendan Becker, Jacob Becker, Kaylee Biggley, Mackenzie Bird, Matthew Bird, Lauren Bitte, Averi Boerboom, Landen Boerboom, Logan Borsheim, Eva Braam, Kaitlyn Braam, Dalton Brilz, Andrea Brunner, Rebecca Carlson-Fraser, Elliot Chester, Eve Chester, Duncan Coates, Jesse Coates, Claire DeGagne, Alexandra Delanty, Scarlett Ehmann, Nilah Gaudiuso, Tavian Gaudiuso, Fiona Girard, Holden Girard, Gabriella Goodsell, Madeline Goodsell, Morgan Heidrich, Maggie Hilgersom, Sophia Hoffman-Hacking, Emily Jell, Katie Jell, Alex Karman, Logan Kelliher, Taylor Kelliher, Ellie Kidd, Dylan Kirschmann, Ethan Landriault, Grace Laurie, Samuel Laurie, Matthew Lowery, Mackenzie Mah, Aidan Meadow, Everett Miller, Logan Miller, Mila Mitchell, Shyla Mitchell, Emily Moseley, Reilly Noble, Max Patenaude, Isabelle Porter, Zachary Porter, Savana Preece, Hillary Robertson, Samantha Robertson, Renato Rodriguez, Grace Ruttan, Hannah Ruttan, Marcus Ruttan, Isobel Schneider, Ashley Tiessen, Megan Tiessen, Haley Wiens, Isabelle Wouda  and Kelso Yurick. Missing are Josh Roberts of Murray’s Pizza and participants Nolan Brandsma, Caleb Dykstra, Daniel Dykstra, Alex Franke, Emily Franke, Natalie Franke, Lukas Kirschmann, Addison Knowlton, Finley Knowlton, Jack Lessley, Dylan Low, Eva Low, Kailee Mah, Josiah Mahyr, Larissa Mahyr, Nicolas Mahyr, Jason Petkau, Tyler Petkau, Isabelle Roberts, Ella Swaren, Kristen Swaren, Kylie Usher, Kaili Vandewater, Elowyn Webster, Elaina Wiens, Haley Wiens and Talan Windrum.

 

 

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