FASD poster winnters

Quesnel FASD Advisory Committee chooses four winners in their poster ocntest each year

The Quesnel FASD Advisory Committee held their 4th annual poster contest for the grade 8 and 9 students of the community. The 1st

The Quesnel FASD Advisory Committee held their 4th annual poster contest for the grade 8 and 9 students of the community. The 1st, 2nd and 4th place winners (3rd place winner missing) were Casey Fisher, Abby Fisher from QJS, and Madison Zieske from North Cariboo Christian School. Congratulations to the winners! This contest is designed to promote FASD education and awareness in our youth. These students create posters based on presentations given to them, and research of their own. The FASD Advisory Committee had 31 entries this year. The contest would not be possible without support for prizes. This year prizes were sponsored by TELUS, Troll Ski Resort, The Source, Booster Juice,  Outlaw, Subway and Bliss.

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