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CONGRATULATIONS 2014 GRADUATES! Here are a few of the smiles we have created together


Shared Moments Shared Milestones

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Carihi School


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Congratulations to all the graduates of 2014

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Here’s to a bright future

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Principal’s Message On behalf of the staff at Carihi, I would like to congratulate this year’s graduating class on the achievements and accomplishments we have shared with you over the past three years at our school. We hope that you look back on your time at Carihi with fond memories of the experiences that have helped shape your paths, and continue to be the strong well-rounded individuals that have defined you as a group of students. We would like to thank you for the contributions you have made to our school community and to our community of Campbell River. It has been inspiring to be part of what you have accomplished in the areas of academics, fine arts, athletics, and citizenship. We have shared your successes in the classroom, your wins on the court and the field, your creativity on the stage, and your joy and enthusiasm for making our school an accepting and welcoming place. We are confident that this success will follow you into your future endeavours, and whether your future learning takes place at a post-secondary institution, on a job-site, within clubs and organizations that you will join, though sports and fine arts activities, or through families, friends, and elders, we also know that you are open to the fact that your learning has just begun. As you leave behind the structure and environment that thirteen years of formal schooling has provided, you will undoubtedly begin to chart your own course. We hope that you continue to seek your passions and pursue them and look forward to hearing about your future accomplishments. Congratulations and best wishes for the future. – Sean Toal

Agnew, Emma

Allen, Jenna

Anderson, Aidan

Andres, Nicholas

Arnet, Destiny

Assu, Katherine

Babcock, Megan

Bains, Bargh

Barbot, Alexis

Bavis, Matthew

Beauchemin, Jessalee

Benoit, Kyle

Best, Shania

Boates, Jackson

Botel, Amanda

Boucher, Alexander

Boulding, Zannah

Breeze, Shannon

Cahill, Cassidy

Campbell, Courtney

Valedictorian’s Message When I was chosen to be valedictorian, my first thoughts were, “this is pretty cool I guess.” After thinking about it for a while I realized that it’s actually a pretty big deal. So I was like, “Alright Russell, let’s do a good job with this thing.” I am going to be representing a large and diverse grad class, and am up for the task. If there are two things I’m good at, it’s representing diverse grad classes and delivering memorable speeches. So this has really all fallen into place. In all seriousness, this is very important to me and I consider it a great honour. I’m very thankful to have been chosen to be the voice of the class, and I promise everybody that I will live up to expectations. – Russell Demerse

To the graduates of 2014, go our very best wishes for health, happiness and success both today and in the future.

You’ve made us proud!

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Carihi School Congratulations!

Sunrise Learning Centre is pleased to congratulate all of this year’s graduates. We have enjoyed being a small part of your success! We will continue to help all of our students reach their potential.

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Congratulations Grads of 2014!

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Capillan, Henessy

Carpenter, Mariah

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Chase, Cathryn

Cheng, Phil

Clandening, Derek

Clark, Shaina

Colleaux, Elias

Colmer, Brandon

Cossenas, Maxwell

Curnow, Bethan

Dahlman, Quinn

Damer, Hannah

Delaurier, Chelsea

Demerse, Russell

Desrochers, Alexandre

Dikkentman, Tabatha

Dimitrov, Brad

Drake, Taylor

Driemel, Liam

Eagle, Austin

Edwards, Colton

Ellingsen, Ira

Elliott, Samantha

Fair, Natalie

Fairweather, Connor

Farmer, Evan

Fawkes, Jason

Figueroa, Gloria

Fillion, Destiny

Foge, Alexander

Fornari, Kenneth

Fox, Malkolm

Garg, Rahul

Gargar, April

Gonsky, Joseph

Gordon, Matthew

Gyles-Morrison, Cleo

Hamilton, Jemima

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Hanson, Jordan

Hanson, Melissa

Harle, Nya

Harpell, Codie

Hazlehurst, Emily

Hickman, Krysta

HIlling-Husson, Morgan

Hoff, Nathan

Howe, Clayton

Huffman, Dallas

Huggins, Ryder

John-Belanko, Shaylene

Jordan, Raya

Kelly, Tyler

Ketchum, Kiley

Kindy-Olesen, Karina

Kirkby, Robert

Knightly, Sahrita

Knoedler, Noah

Koeleman-Mclellan, Malcolm

Kolbeins, Domenic

Krajnc, Hayden

Lagos, Jordyn

Lang, Randi

Lasota, Selena

Leroy, Hudsen

Locker, Jackson

Lukowich, Deras

Lyu, Jenny

MacAdam, Melissa

MacDonald, Becca

MacIntosh, Karra

Maedel, Bryce

Maquinna, Sonya-Rae

Marsh, Erin

Massie, Collin

McCartney, Brayden

McCoy, Jaime

McDonnell, Mariah

McLean, Shayla

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Congratulations Grads!

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McLeod, Walker

McNab, Malcalm

Mercer, Maxwell

Millar, Cody

Milligan, Connor

Monds, Chelsy

Mooney, Sarah

Morgan, Cole

Morrison, Charlotte

Murphy, Laura

Ngo, Thy

Nguyen, Melysa

Nickoloff, Gina

Opie, Rumer

Ordano, Shelby

Padington, Kiersten

Perrier, Katelyn

Perzan, Austin

Petersen, Alex

Popkey, Serene

Poslowsky, Ashley

Price, Katherine

Raftery, Clare

Raga, Bailey

Rennie, Riley

Ricketts, Mariah

Roberts, Sarah

Roberts, Sydney

Robinson, Wade

Robson, Cass

Robson, Chelsey

Rodbom, Jesse

Rohan, Ryley

Rose, Max

Rumley, Duncan

Sarton, Marika

Schmidt, Brandon

Senay, Jaime

Shaw, Sierra

Shelrud, Glenn

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Aaron Baker, Timberline Morgan Hilling-Husson, Carihi Jordan Knowler, Timberline

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Shelswell, Kevin

Shillito, Austin

Sirois, Elena

Siu, Kiani

Skillman, Drayja

Smart, James

Smith, Allana

Smith, Mariah

Smith, Noelle

Smithers, Zachery

Stapff, Alec

Stevantoni, MIchael

Stevens, Natalie

Stewart, Richelle

Stirling, Jacson

Strain, Angela

Stromquist, Sarah

Swain, Victoria

Thach, Linda

Thurlborn-Hansen, Aaron

Tillapaugh, Zachary

Uzzell, Roy

Valen, Stephane

Valentine, Chloe

Verma, Mohit

Vining, Parker

Wall, Jacey

Wang, Andrew

Weihs, Mackenzie

Wharton, Olivia

Graduates without photos Tennessee Anderson Megan Block Darienne Drake Jordan Hahn Caleb Hanson Avery Hawey Kerry Jackson

Willett, Paige

Williams, Ryan

Williamson, Darcy

Yates, Emily

Ivy Khan Kayla Koski Alex Lakberg-Green Sydney Lightfoot Michael McGrath Braden McPhee, Jean-Mark Montreuil Quinn Parker

Jody Payne Hannah Perry Molly Perry Brandon Saunders Logan Waterfield Taylor Webster Nicholas Ziolkowski

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Zannah Boulding Carihi

Brayden McCartney Carihi

Kiersten Padington Carihi

Natalie Fair Carihi

Nya Harle Carihi

Nicole Johnston Timberline

Elizabeth Rogers Timberline

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Principal’s Message On behalf of all the staff of Timberline we would like to extend heartfelt congratulations to our graduates for reaching this important Milestone. We recognize that it takes a community and we hope that for our students this special time will be celebrated with the many people involved in helping our graduates in their journey. Well done Grad class of 2014! While we celebrate the collective success of this special group it is important to recognize the diversity of experiences that these graduates represent. Many have overcome significant challenges and obstacles in order to make it to this moment of celebration, students, who have persevered through loss, tragedy, sickness and difficult personal circumstances. We are impressed by your resilience and are excited to share the celebration of your graduation with you. We also have many students who have excelled and are the recipients of numerous scholarships, bursaries and awards. Many of whom have participated in clubs, sports teams, volunteers, and active citizens both at school and in the community. This moment has been brought about by years of effort and support, not only by teachers and support staff at all levels but by family and the larger community. It is our hope that you will endeavour to find ways to give back to the community that has so generously supported you. Our hope is that your journey through school, particularly your last three years at Timberline Secondary will form a foundation that will allow you to successfully pursue your next adventures. Individually and collectively your future is full of possibility and we wish you every success and happiness. Congratulations from all of us at Timberline. – Dr. Jeremy Morrow, Principal Timberline Secondary

Alberts, Kassidy

Allen, Hailey

Allen, Thomas

Anderson, Mark

Askey, Christopher

Auger, Devon

Austin, Taylor

Baker, Aaron

Baldry White, Samantha

Ballard, Abigail

Ballman-Alderson, Sydney

Bates, Heather

Beech, Kaila

Beitel, Brody

Belanger, Leo

Benavidez, Levi

Berry, Rachel

Bertleff, Mackenzie

Blaney, Brandon

Boggs, Brett

Valedictorian’s Message After three years, hundreds of assignments and countless mornings, we have reached the end of our time here are Timberline. We first entered the building not knowing what knowledge and which experiences awaited us, nor did we anticipate the strong bonds that would form between us. Timberline’s mission statement is that we are “a spirited, inclusive community which focuses on excellence in learning and preparation of students for the future within a caring, innovative and inviting school culture.” This year’s grad class took that motto to heart by exemplifying each and every aspect of it in new, innovative ways. For example Timberline Grad 2014 is the highest academically ranked graduating class in the last ten years. Not too shabby, eh? In fact, Timberline’s Grad class was so fabulous this year that they voted in not one but two valedictorians, in order to accurately represent their dedication to greatness. We are both immensely proud to be representing our peers at the commencement ceremony, helping to write the next chapter of the book none of us should ever want to put down. The two of us look forward to meeting up with classmates in the future, no longer as students but as astronauts, firefighters, artists, musicians, politicians and global activists. Congratulations Grad 2014! – Paige and Phill

Here’s to a Bright Future!

Find Your Smile Congratulations from our family to you and yours. Smile all the time, dream big, laugh a lot, and realize how blessed you are. – Unknown

Liam Doherty Timberline


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Boles, Ashley

Brabazon, Isaiah

Brake, Courtney

Brendeland, Brooke

Brown, Mara

Burkmar, Brianna

Caley, Mackenzie

Callander, Jenna

Cameron, Neala

Campbell, Scott

Catalan-Vasquez, Aranza

Cathey, Adam

Chand, Anil

Christensen, Ana

Clausen, Calen

Coates, Donovan

Comparelli, Jody

Cowan, Tyler

Dalton, Jessica

Danylchuk, Taylor

Davidson, Erin

De Boeck, Jamie

Deans, Kayla

Dehaan, Alexandria

Derouin, Paige

Docherty, Keiran

Doherty, Liam

Dykhuizen, Steven

Edge, Madison

Edinborough, Aiden

Ehorn, Farryn

Elliott, Cameron

Enns, Christian

Evenson, Justin

Fahey, Payton

Ferreira, Joshua

Foy, Jordan

Freiberg, Samantha

Freitas, Bruno

Frey, Eliane

Congratulations to our 2014 Graduates!

Evan Farmer - Carihi

Aiden Edinborough - Timberline

Allana Smith - Carihi

Kristina Turner Timberline

Dannica Hammling - Timberline

Josephine FenwickRummel - Timberline

Isaiah Brabazon - Timberline

Mariah Carpenter - Carihi

Shayla McLean - Carihi

1400 Ironwood Street Campbell River • 250-850-3581

Sahrita Knightly - Carihi

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Timberline School Congratulations Class of 2014!

Wishing you all the best Max Cossenas


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Gellein, Jael

Gillespie, Kevin

Gionet, Russ

Grant, Jessica

Guindon, Brooke

Hamling, Dannica

Hansen, Carter

Hansen, Nicholas

Hay, Megan

Henderson, Tyra

Heyd, Macaila

Hildebrandt, Mickie

Holling, Riley

Horrey, Gavin

Howie, Joseph

Hunchak, Sierra

Hunt, Chandra

Jaunzemis, Eric

John, Savannah

Johnson, Austin

Johnston, Nicole

Jurek, Phillip

Kane, Kyle

Karason, Aaron

Keehn, Mikaela

Kempe, Meaghan

Khamphee, Phirawat

Knowler, Jordan

Koch, Jenni

Kole, Nathan

Kowbel, Drake

Lake, Trystan

Larkin, Tod

Larmand, Taija

Larson, Alexandra

Lavoie, Garner

Little, Zachary

Liu, Wendy

Lonnen, Thayna

MacIver, Ryan

Congratulations! We are proud of you! Love Mom & Dad

Martin & Jana Jurek

Phillip Jurek, Timberline

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Timberline School Congratulations Samantha Elliot!

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Marcaccini, Christopher

Marinus, Breanna

Martin, Briana

Martin, Rhianna

Mascia, Kirsty

Maurer, Mackala

Mccabe, Julie

Mcgrath, David

Mcinnes, Dayne

Mclean, Julia

Mclean, Lindsey

Mclelan, Fraser

Melville, Emily

Meng Qianyao

Moeller, Hayley

Morris, Sienna

Motiuk, Matasha

Murphy, Dakota

Nelson, Brett

Nicholas, Andrew

Overhoff, Eric

Parnell, Tyler

Pastuck, Trevor

Payne, Cole

Pelletier, Jacqueline

Perras, Ashley

Pinkney, Erik

Plows, Kyla

Prevost, Kyle

Qian, Wang

Quin, Courtney

Riawan-Decque, Aldi

Rickman, Mariah

Riddoch, Jessica

Rimell, Josee

Robinson, Bailey

Rogers, Ben

Rogers, Elisabeth

Sarmiento Martinez, Diego

Savery, Julia

Congratulations, Class of 2014!

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Timberline School Congratulations to our 2014 graduates! Ana Christensen

Jenna Callander

Donavan Coates

Alexis Barbot

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Sayers, Julianna

Scott, Liam

Sharkie, Tiffany

Shepley, Brady

Shillito, Jessica

Slingsby, Dolan

Slingsby, Ryland

Slonski, Sheldon

Smith, Rebecca

Souvie, Darian

Spiers, Aidan

Stevenson, Glenn

Stewart, Rachel

Summers, Amber

Tam, Kelsey

Taylor, Philip

Thompson, Anna

Tillett, Kodey

Tortorelli, Jeremy

Trinh, Thomas

Turner, Kristina

Ullstrom, Haven

Vey, Rachael

Walker, Maxwell

Walsh, Thomas

Wardrop, Teagan

White, Tanner

Whittaker, Shay

Whyley, Griffin

Williamson, Matthew

Graduates without photos Mitchelle Cathey Cailin Knight Nicholas Perry

Willis, Avalon

Wilson, Skyler

Yarjau, Jo-Jo

Zhao, FIona


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They grow up so fast! Congratulations to all our Marine Harvest family grads of 2014!

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Jordan Foy

Kyle Prevost

Emily Yates

Charlotte Morrison

Sarah Mooney

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Principal’s Message On behalf of the staff and students at Robron Centre and School District 72 I would like to congratulate the Robron Centre Class of 2014! Learners at Robron Centre come to the centre for a variety of reasons and at various stages of their life and learning journey. Whatever the stage of life, and whatever their individual life stories, these students have fulfilled their dream of graduating. This year 39 learners have realized this dream at Robron Centre. Whether through attending an Elm alternate program, eBlend home and distance learning or Continuing Education, our students have persevered and through hard work and determination have achieved this significant milestone. At Robron Centre staff and students work together to ensure that: Respectful relationships are the foundation of everything we do; That learners’ unique learning styles, prior knowledge, life experiences and abilities are honoured. Programs are created using these strengths and this results in learners having the skills and knowledge necessary to continue the next phase of their learning and life journey. We wish our learners all the best in their future journeys and are confident that they will succeed. Greg Johnson, District Principal of Aboriginal Education and Alternate Programs at Robron Centre

Amos, Cheyenne

Blaney, Brandon

Boily, Cody

Hackett, Kelly

Hall, Dyson

Karmazynski, Ashley

Kooznetsoff, Jessie

Krystal Monteith

Larson, Chelsea

Mitchell, Nikki

Mitchell, Taylor

Murphy, Dakota

Nelson, Bryson

Oscar, Anthony

Ostopchuk, Brodi

Valedictorian’s Message I am proud to be a graduate of Robron Centre. The students in this school are diverse and all of them have the right to learn, at their own pace and in their own style. The teachers, like my teacher Ms. Merkel, have helped them achieve their goals. Robron Centre is a welcoming place filled with great students. All students are supported and guided – pushed when they need it- to be successful and graduate. I enjoyed getting to know the staff and my other classmates. I got to take part in many great laughter-filled experiences such as canoeing at the lake. The way that Robron helped connect me to the community was through the connection of working with people one on one and learning compassionate people skills. I will miss the gatherings we all spent in the common area, getting to know each other better and making new friends. I wish to congratulate all the grads on achieving their goal of graduating and continuing on in whatever they wish to do! Conrad Rousselle – 2014 Graduating Class

Darien Drake, Carihi

Taylor Drake, Carihi

Ashley Karmazynski, Robron Brandon Schmidt, Carihi

Shelby Ordano, Carihi

Jackson Stirling, Carihi

“Always do your best. What you plant now, you will harvest later.” – Og Mandino

Sarah Roberts, Carihi

Mariah Smith, Carihi

Sydney Roberts, Carihi

Tyra Henderson, Timberline

On behalf of the Campbell River Band Chief and Council, Community and Staff we would like to congratulate this year’s graduates. We are very proud of you and all the best to your in the future.

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Richelle Stewart Carihi

Charlotte Morrison Carihi

Liam Driemel Carihi

Aaron Thurlborn-Hansen Carihi

Russ Gionet Timberline

Josh Ferreira Timberline

Bailey Robinson Timberline

Riley Rennie Timberline

Melissa Betts Highland

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Passmore, Natasha

Trenton Cameron Highland

Puglas, Amy

Reed, Jordan

Rothwell, Ann

Rousselle, Conrad

Stasiuk, Tyson

Taylor-Smith, Tiffany

Tristian Wilson

Wilkes, Shawn

Graduates without photos

Wilson, Issascs

Wogan, Cassidy

“What you get by achieving your goals is not as important as what you become by achieving your goals.” – Henry David Thoreau

Katana Baker Josh Belanger Keenan Bradley Rose-Aileen Kozak Reace Peters Shayne Peters Taelor Pouliot Christine Ross

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Heartfelt congratulations to the class of 2014! Principal’s Message It’s Time! It’s time for an ending. As we gather to congratulate our graduates, we also commemorate an ending: the ending of their common education. The graduates have finished their graduation requirements, their grad transitions project, and their classes. The time has come to say goodbye to their classrooms, teachers, classmates, and familiar routines. As the Apostle Paul said, “When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child; but when I became [an adult], I put away childish things.” It is now also time to say good-bye to your childhood. It’s time for a transition. The stage between child and adult is becoming increasingly difficult. The next few years are a time when you are no longer children, but not yet adults. Your actual status is still in flux. Navigating this stage requires patience, understanding, wisdom, and flexibility. And yet, these are typically the very traits that are still in development. We can be encouraged by Jesus’ words, “and lo, I am with you always,” as we work through this transition; we are not alone, regardless of the circumstances. It’s time for a new beginning. You have achieved your first major milestone: high school graduation. But it is not the last, nor even the most important, milestone. You are now taking the first steps that will lead to you making your mark in this world. As your feet find that path, may you echo the words of the Apostle Paul,“but one thing I do, forgetting those things which are behind and reaching forward to those things which are ahead, I press toward the goal for the prize of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus.” Congratulations, graduates, as you leave the comforts and security of what you have known and venture forth into your (still unknown) future. – Christian Klaue

Brandon, Price

Christopher, Parker

Devin, Uzzell

Ephraim, Rogers

Garth, Delmar

Heather, Belanger

Josee, Corrado

Kelly, Brielle

Melinda, Coetzee

Nathan, Allemekinders

Olivia, Wickens

Quinton, Mathews

Rochelle, Addison

Rudy, Klaue

Sabrina, Wilschut

Valedictorian’s Message Being a student at this school for a grand total of thirteen years has been an amazing personal journey, but the celebration of graduation is not all about me. It’s about each and every one of us fifteen graduates completing the goal that has been set before us, only to establish an even greater goal. Whether that be acquiring a degree in a particular field of study, or becoming a supportive and responsible parent, or whatever other ambition (or combination of ambitions) we may have. As a part of this class, I do not hesitate to write that we will be able to fulfill all of what we strive for in our lives, and that we will make a positive difference in the lives of others. Looking at my fellow classmates individually, I see people who possess invaluable character traits: being put under the microscope as Christians and impressing those who scrutinize them, being gifted with spectacular God-given talents (athleticism, artistic ability, musical dexterity, and so forth) and admirably showcasing them, and finally, being able to come together as a collective and embrace one another, showcasing a fantastic bond and a wonderful sense of camaraderie. I am so blessed to stand alongside these people and graduate with them, and I truly believe that we will be successful.  –  Garth Delmar

“Learn from the past, set vivid, detailed goals for the future, and live in the only moment of time over which you have any control: now.” Denis Waitley

You Are On Your Way... Congratulations Carihi, Timberline, Elm Street Alternate School and Continuing Education graduates. Celebrate responsibly and best wishes from School District 72 and the Board of Education.

School District 72 • Campbell River, B.C.

Congratulations! Congratulations!

Josephine “Joey” Rimell We are so proud of you Joey! You are an amazing individual. Now, go get it and enjoy the journey! Glenn Stevenson, Timberline

Well done! Love, Mom & Dad

Love you very much, Mom, Dad, Christian, Aunty Kimmie, Uncle George, Nana and Papa and Grandma

Zachary (Zac) Little Timberline

We are very proud of you! Love, Mom & Dad

Congratulations Devon!! We are very proud of you!

Happy Graduation! Wishing all of our local graduates a wonderful day and a future filled with success. We’re proud of you, Class of 2014. Congratulations! ds at From your frien


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June 13, 2014  

Section S of the June 13, 2014 edition of the Campbell River Mirror

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