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Good Samaritans Recognized

November 11, 2003 - Seven St. John Catholic elementary students were recognized by school staff and their peers at an assembly held at the school to celebrate Halloween and to award the boys with special certificates for their good Samaritan behaviour.


Stacie Rinehardt (witch’s costume), a resident of Garson, had her car broken into and thieves made off with her wallet, credit cards, purse, cell phone and some very treasured personal items. While playing near Junction Creek, which runs behind the school, the students discovered the lost items and brought them to the attention of the school’s Principal, Ms. Louisa Bianchin (first from left), who immediately contacted Stacie Rinehardt to make arrangements to have the stolen items returned to her.


To show her appreciation for the students good deeds Mrs. Rinehardt presented the students with passes to Silver City Theatres at the special assembly. The seven good Samaritans appearing left to right in the above photo are; Kyle Cahill, Peter Pesce, Christopher Brady, Alessandro Costantini, Tyler Lalonde, Derek Romain and Spencer Brydges.

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