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SCDSB Students Winners in my!sudbury Campaign

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Christina Rorison, a Grade 1 student at St. John Catholic School (left) and Jenna Kennelly, a Grade 4 student at St. Theresa Catholic School were recent winners in the City of Greater Sudbury’s my!sudbury Colouring and Essay Contest. Christina won a $50 prize for her second place finish in the Colouring Contest while Jenna was rewarded with a $100 prize for her first place finish in the Essay Contest. Mayor John Rodriguez presented the prizes to the students at the Valley East Citizen Service Centre/Library. The Sudbury Catholic District School Board would like to congratulate both Christina and Jenna on their excellent achievements!

January 31, 2007 - Jenna Kennelly a Grade 4 student from St. Theresa Catholic School and Christina Rorison a Grade 1 student from St. John Catholic School were two of nine students to be presented with 1st and 2nd place prizes in the my!sudbury / oui!sudbury Colouring and Essay Contest. The awards were presented to the students by City of Greater Sudbury Mayor John Rodriguez at a ceremony held at the Valley East Citizen Service Centre/Library.


In November 2006, students from Greater Sudbury elementary and secondary schools were invited to participate in the my!sudbury / oui!sudbury campaign contest and share their pride for the community.


“Through this contest it became evident that the youth of Greater Sudbury have a tremendous sense of pride for their community,” said Greater Sudbury Mayor John Rodriguez. “Many essay entries and pictures depicted our beautiful landscapes, attractions, schools and friendly neighbourhoods. These youth truly feel that ‘my!sudbury’ is their own.”


my!sudbury oui ! sudbury is more then a slogan – it is a campaign that gives all members of the community the pride to act as ambassadors for Greater Sudbury. The campaign assists in building a foundation for community cohesiveness in order to attract business investment, recruit and retain professionals, promote tourism and encourage internal investment.


For more information on the my!sudbury / oui!sudbury campaign please visit www.mysudbury.ca and click on "Help Shape Greater Sudbury’s Image."

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