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Canada Cord winners

Red serge for Canada Cord winners: RCMP Const. Laura Bowman led 1st Maple Pathfinders (from left) Lucy Toews,  Hannah Taylor and Quinn Flick into the Maritime Heritage Centre to receive their Canada Cord June 6. The Canada Cord is the highest award earned by a Pathfinder – the 12-14 age group of Guides Canada – and involves several years of work. These recipients have given service in such ways as volunteering at the Campbell River Food Bank and contributing to the SPCA and international relief and environmental projects. They have also developed camping and leadership skills, and presented to City Council on Girl Guides, as part of their Citizenship Award. - Joanna Tancon/Special to the Mirror
Red serge for Canada Cord winners: RCMP Const. Laura Bowman led 1st Maple Pathfinders (from left) Lucy Toews, Hannah Taylor and Quinn Flick into the Maritime Heritage Centre to receive their Canada Cord June 6. The Canada Cord is the highest award earned by a Pathfinder – the 12-14 age group of Guides Canada – and involves several years of work. These recipients have given service in such ways as volunteering at the Campbell River Food Bank and contributing to the SPCA and international relief and environmental projects. They have also developed camping and leadership skills, and presented to City Council on Girl Guides, as part of their Citizenship Award.
— image credit: Joanna Tancon/Special to the Mirror
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