Photo submitted by Sunrise Rotary Club KSS students, from left, Joe McAllister, Alex Hunter and Emily Godfrey chat with Qualicum Beach Sunrise Rotarian Wendy Chisholm about their recent participation in citizenship and leadership workshops in Ottawa.

Qualicum Beach Rotary Club seeks youth leadership candidates

Successful candidates to earn spots in 2018 Ottawa seminars

A trio of Kwalikum Secondary School students recently returned from Ottawa after attending a series of citizenship and leadership workshops.

The trip was sponsored by the Sunrise Rotary Club of Qualicum Beach.

Now, Sunrise Rotary is taking applications for the next generation of students to attend the 2018 sessions.

Students Emily Godfrey, Alex Hunter and Joe McAllister attended the workshops in Ottawa through Sunrise Rotary’s Youth Leadership Awards program.

Participation in the 2018 sessions is open to KSS students in grades 9 through 11, who have high academic achievement and who are active in school and community service activities.

Students may apply through the school’s career guidance office.

— Submitted by

Sunrise Rotary

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