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Students earn Edinburgh honours

Photo contributed David Goldman, left, Daniel Aysals, Walker Bell, Victoria Reynolds and Jason O’Keeffe of Aspengrove School in Lantzville received Duke of Edinburgh awards. - Photo contributed
Photo contributed David Goldman, left, Daniel Aysals, Walker Bell, Victoria Reynolds and Jason O’Keeffe of Aspengrove School in Lantzville received Duke of Edinburgh awards.
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Five students from Lantzville’s Aspengrove School were recognized for commitment to community and country with Duke of Edinburgh awards.

Victoria Reynolds received a gold award, Daniel Aysals earned a silver, while David Goldman, Walker Bell and Jason O’Keeffe received bronze.

Reynolds  and Aysals will receive their awards from B.C. Lt.-Gov. Judith Guichon at a ceremony at Government House in Victoria.

The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award is an self-development program available to all young people between the ages of 14-25, equipping them with life skills to make a difference to themselves, their communities and their country.  For more information, please go to www.dukeofed.org.

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