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Logan has done a lot of volunteering work throughout his high school years. He volunteered as cabin leader at Lake of the Trees Bible Camp and through the school’s Big Brother Big Sister program for 2 years. His real passion is making up his own video games from scratch, from coding it through to the art design and coming up with the story line. He enjoys soccer and judo, participating in Provincials for soccer and the BC Winter Games for judo. He likes drama, band and music, having taken part in all three bands at high school, including concert, tour and jazz. H has taken piano lessons for 3 years and also plays bass guitar at the CCLF youth group.
Immediate future educational plans include achieving a degree in Computer Science at UBC and a Master’s in Management. Ultimately, his goal is to work in gaming, either with his own company or employment with a bigger gaming conglomerate.
Lauren has many interests and hobbies, including dance, musical theatre, soccer, volleyball, basketball and music. She has taken eleven years of piano lessons and did five years of high school band including tour band and jazz band as well. She enjoys painting and drawing, having taken five years of art classes. She is currently writing a bi-weekly column for the 100 Mile Free Press and has published a poem in the AIPF Youth Anthology.
Her immediate educational plan is to achieve a 4-year Bachelor of Arts degree at Thompson Rivers University. Beyond that, she may consider a career in fine arts or education.
Jill is a champion of staying physically active, taking part in downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, snow shoeing, skating, biking, swimming and kayaking. She also participates in team sports, such as volleyball and rhythmic gymnastics, where she has achieved her level one coaching certificate and is working toward level two. She has taken 9 years of piano lessons, performing yearly at the 100 Mile Festival of the Arts. Throughout high school, Jill was also part of the concert band program.
All of these many and varied activities have helped her to grow and change positively to be the person she is today, in her own words.
Future educational plans include attending Thompson Rivers University for a 4-year Bachelor of Science degree. Beyond that, she plans to transfer to University of Waterloo to pursue a Doctor of Optometry (OD).