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Who are the leaders of Tomorrow?

Miranda Caplin was among last year’s Leaders of Tomorrow. - courtesy Leaders of Tomorrow
Miranda Caplin was among last year’s Leaders of Tomorrow.
— image credit: courtesy Leaders of Tomorrow

Here’s your chance to nominate outstanding youth who demonstrate leadership through volunteer efforts within the Cowichan Valley.

Volunteer Cowichan is hosting the second-annual Leaders of Tomorrow Awards on April 11 and are currently seeking nominations for youth between the ages of six and 24.

“The Leaders of Tomorrow Awards is an opportunity to recognize the many valued contributions that young people make as leaders and volunteers, and their positive actions to our community and society,’’ noted Anne-Marie Koeppen, Volunteer Cowichan’s volunteer services coordinator, in a media release.

The deadline for nominations is March 21. Nomination forms and award details can be found at www.leadersoftomorrowcowichan.com or by calling Volunteer Cowichan at 250-748-2133.

The 2013 event can be viewed at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y8MPs6zfO78.

 

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