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2013 Alberta Aboriginal Youth Achievement Awards

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This year’s award ceremony is March 8 at the Edmonton Winspear centre. Tickets only cost the time to print them out from the website (www.aayaa.ca). It looks to be a good time, with a wealth of aboriginal youth presenting entertainment, showcasing those chosen for a Youth Achievement Award.

The awards are presented in six categories, with a junior and senior winner in each category. The six categories:

Category 1: Culture and Heritage (as in, worked to preserve)
Category 2: Academic Achievement
Category 3: Walking the Red Road (a healthy lifestyle, overcoming addiction)
Category 4: Athletic Achievement
Category 5: Career Advancement
Category 6: Community Leadership

I’m always interested in youth achievement, as it brings me an unending stream of hope for the future. This year I’m particularly interested…

The winner’s names have not yet been made public, but I have it on good advice that I know this year’s junior academic achievement award winner quite well.  I will leave it at that.

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Written by sameo416

February 23, 2013 at 4:01 pm

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