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Sudbury Catholic Board Students Place Well at Heritage Fair

Lucie Cullen, Academic Superintendent of Education, Sudbury Catholic District School Board (left) and George Middleton, Vice-Chair of the Sudbury Catholic District School Board present Kyle Herbert and Francesca Tsimiklis with “Awards of Recognition” for their excellent achievements in this year’s Sudbury Regional Historica Hertiage Fair. “As Vice-Chair of the Sudbury Catholic District School Board I would like to take this opportunity to salute the Historica Heritage Fair Committee, all teachers, students and staff for their dedication and commitment over the last eleven years in making the Sudbury Regional Historica Heritage Fair such a tremendous success,” stated Middleton. “I would also like to personally congratulate both Francesca Tsmiklis and Kyle Herbert on having their projects selected to advance to the Provincial Fair in Ottawa.”

June 7, 2007 - Every year, thousands of students in Sudbury, Espanola and Manitoulin take part in the HISTOR!CA Heritage Fair, a celebration of our community and Canada’s rich heritage. Sudbury Catholic District School Board students have enjoyed a great deal of success in their participation in this prestigious fair. Several students and their projects have been selected to attend the provincial fairs over the last eleven years.

The Sudbury Catholic District School Board congratulates all students, parents, teachers and community members who participated in this year’s Sudbury Regional Historica Heritage Fair. It is with great pride and honour that we join in the celebration of Sudbury’s rich heritage.

Francesca Tsimiklis, Grade 7 student at Marymount Academy presents her project on “Paroisse Ste-Anne des Pins.” As a Lector at St. Patrick’s Parish Francesca became interested in the history of St. Anne’s Church and traced its history from a humble pioneer log structure in Sudbury in the 1890's to the present day modern, state of the art building constructed of brick, glass and steel.
Kyle Herbert, Grade 4 student at St. Joseph Catholic School in Killarney stands in front of his project entitled, “Herbert Fisheries.” Herbert Fisheries on Georgian Bay has been part of the family business and Kyle’s heritage for four generations...Kyle intends to join his father on the boats and make it five.



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