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North Van School Teachers Honoured by Coho Festival for Stewardship

April 14, 2005

By Catherine Barr


Guests and friends gathered at the Leo Marshall Curriculum Centre last week to honour the North Vancouver teachers who volunteer their time towards the Coho Society's education and stewardship programs. The school board's partnership with the Coho Society dates back about 25 years.

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Guest speaker Paul Kariya, executive director of the Pacific Salmon Foundation, outlined the challenges facing salmon stocks.
Coho Society president Jim MacCarthy joined school trustee Pat Heal (centre) and fisheries and oceans' education coordinator Bev Bowler.
The gentlemen behind North Vancouver's Outdoor School were among those honoured. From left: Vice principal Rob Harden, principal Victor Elderton anf manager Carl Halvorson.
Celebrating the many years of the "Salmonids in the Classroom" program wer NV teacher Barb Carlsen and Cleveland school principal Ian McWilliams.


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