In the April 2 issue of the Triangle News we reported on the “Positive Ticketing” program underway in Coronach.
Five local youth were recently awarded for their positive contributions to the community.
Corporal Mike Lambert, from the Coronach detachment of the RCMP was at the Coronach School on Wednesday, May 2 to make presentations.
The following students names were drawn from a number of positive tickets that were received at the Town of Coronach and the Coronach School.
The students received a variety of prizes that were donated or purchased with funds that were donated by local businesses and organizations.
Brandon Thurlow was awarded for fueling up Mrs. Hiltz’s vehicle on a school trip to badminton.
MacKenzie Eger was nominated for a positive ticket after helping Constable Rhys Crawford look for his lost keys, as well as for creating and revising the badminton draw for the badminton invitational tournament at the school.
Braton Doney and Brenna Barrett received positive tickets for being helpful and caring with Kay-lyn Metzger after she fell off of her bike.
Alanna Hawkes received a ticket for assisting Hans Zoller with ministries at the Coronach Health Centre and for shoveling snow at the Lutheran Church.
The local RCMP remind you if you see a youth doing something nice to help someone else out, stop by the detachment, the school or the town office and recognize that person.
If you would like to donate to the cause, you can drop off donations of prizes or money at the town office in Coronach.