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Nanaimo Mayor John Ruttan presents Catia Pereira a Duke of Edinburgh bronze award at city council meeting. The Duke of Edinburgh award program was developed to encourage all youth ages 14 to 25 to be active, to participate in new activities and to reach for their best. Each level (bronze, silver, gold) provides for training, achievement and recognition in the basics of good citizenship.  - Photo contributed
Nanaimo Mayor John Ruttan presents Catia Pereira a Duke of Edinburgh bronze award at city council meeting. The Duke of Edinburgh award program was developed to encourage all youth ages 14 to 25 to be active, to participate in new activities and to reach for their best. Each level (bronze, silver, gold) provides for training, achievement and recognition in the basics of good citizenship.
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