On BC RCMP Appreciation Day, students from Robson Community School visited the Castlegar RCMP station. All of the people working in the Castlegar detachment received personalized cards filled with pictures and messages. Pictured here with Robson students Brianna Zoobkoff, Mia Richards and Leah Fairhurst is the outing’s organizer, Cherryl MacLeod, and Sgt. Monty Taylor, Cst. Kyle Mylrea, municipal employee Laura Sheppard and public servant Sherry Dixon. After the students delivered their cards and some cookies they were treated to a tour of the station. Photo submitteda

Castlegar students say thanks to local RCMP

Robson Community School students show up for RCMP Appreciation Day

On BC RCMP Appreciation Day, students from Robson Community School visited the Castlegar RCMP station. All of the people working in the Castlegar detachment received personalized cards filled with pictures and messages. Pictured here with Robson students Brianna Zoobkoff, Mia Richards and Leah Fairhurst is the outing’s organizer, Cherryl MacLeod, and Sgt. Monty Taylor, Cst. Kyle Mylrea, municipal employee Laura Sheppard and public servant Sherry Dixon. After the students delivered their cards and some cookies they were treated to a tour of the station.

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Robson Community School students show up for RCMP Appreciation Day

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