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St. Paul VIP Students!

February 27, 2006 - Grade 6 students from St. Paul The Apostle Catholic School were recognized by their fellow students, teachers, family members and representatives from the Sudbury Catholic District School Board for their participation in the Values, Influences and Peers (VIP) program at the school recently.

The VIP program under the stewardship of the City of Greater Sudbury Police Department is geared to Grade 6 students and stresses the importance of values, how to be a positive influence, and how to recognize and take a stand againstt peer pressure.

Members of the City of Greater Sudbury's Police Force, and the Royal Canadian Legion were also in attendance to honour the students. Constable Scott Kirkwood presented each of the 43 students involved in the VIP program with an award of merit on behalf of the city's police force. The Royal Canadian Legion purchased VIP T-shirts for the students.



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