Grade 6 Kinnaird elementary student Cora Laport was recognized for finishing second in a national Royal Canadian Legion poster contest. Kinnaird, who received her award at the Castlegar-Robson Legion on Tuesday, created a Remembrance Day poster that was entered in the Junior Black and White Division. It is the first time in the 75 year history of Branch 170 that a local entry has gone all the way to Dominion Command. Photos: Jen Small

Royal Canadian Legion poster contest winner from Castlegar

National recognition for Grade 6 student

Grade 6 Kinnaird elementary student Cora Laport was recognized for finishing second in a national Royal Canadian Legion poster contest. Laport, who received her award at the Castlegar-Robson Legion on Tuesday, created a Remembrance Day poster that was entered in the Junior Black and White Division. It is the first time in the 75 year history of Branch 170 that a local entry has gone all the way to Dominion Command. Photos: Jen Small

 

Grade 6 Kinnaird elementary student Cora Laport was recognized for finishing second in a national Royal Canadian Legion poster contest. Kinnaird, who received her award at the Castlegar-Robson Legion on Tuesday, created a Remembrance Day poster that was entered in the Junior Black and White Division. It is the first time in the 75 year history of Branch 170 that a local entry has gone all the way to Dominion Command. Photos: Jen Small

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