Left to right: Caelan MacEwan and Russell Bennett (Junior Male Outstanding Athlete)

Athletes awarded at Parkland secondary school

Students recognized for athletic achievement at ceremony last week

Parkland secondary school held its annual athletic banquet on Tuesday, June 12. Door prizes donated by businesses in the community were handed out. Award winners are, left to right: Caelan MacEwan and Russell Bennett (Junior Male Outstanding Athlete), Emma Griffith (Ted Clarke Award), Amanda Pomphrey (RCMP Leadership Award), Katie Kraeutner (Senior Female Outstanding Athlete), Kristy Gallagher (Junior Female Outstanding Athlete), Grant Shapka and Ed Gawne (Senior Male Outstanding Athletes and RCMP Leadership Award) and Kim Neville-Rutherford (RCMP Leadership Award).

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