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Campbell River Scout receives Award of Valour

Riley Holling (right) wears the medal of valour he received from Scouts Canada at an assembly at Timberline school on Friday. The 15-year-old was handed the medal for his act of bravery when he saved six-year-old Jared Roemer (front) from the Quinsam River in April. Jared
Riley Holling (right) wears the medal of valour he received from Scouts Canada at an assembly at Timberline school on Friday. The 15-year-old was handed the medal for his act of bravery when he saved six-year-old Jared Roemer (front) from the Quinsam River in April. Jared's extremely grateful mother, Michelle Roemer, (back) was fighting back tears as she came out of the school assembly.
— image credit: Renée Andor/The Mirror
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