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Teens involved in their community

Teens

 

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'30-hours for Famine' teens

(Back left) Spencer Lynch, Megan Stansfield, Sarah Szabo, Brent Stansfield; (Front left) Megan Vanderwater, Taylor McEwain & Danielle Gomes

Many of today's teens in Saugeen Shores are involved in their community.

On Saturday, April 17th, there were two groups of teens that took part in various activities.

The '30-hour-famine group'  at Port Elgin United Church not only raised funds but also took part in a 'random act of kindness'.   The group decided to surprise the residents in Elgin Lodge seniors' facility by delivering 'tim-bits'.

(L front) Nick Bromaroff, Coval Laur, Andy Plater and Shantel Caughlan with members of the Sponsoring Committee, Joe Szabo(R) & Glenda Walpole-Szabo

Despite a sudden change in temperature with snow flurries and cold winds, the cadet 340 squadron held a BBQ at Coulter Parkette in Port Elgin, raising funds not only for the cadets organization but also for 'Operation Santa Claus' for Canadian troops serving in Afghanistan.


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Saturday, April 17, 2010