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Setting the example for youth

Dr. E. Leslie Pidgeon Award winner says youth need positive alternatives, not lectures

Centennial resident Sappfyre Mcleod won the Rotary Club of Winnipeg’s 2014 Dr. E. Leslie Pidgeon Award for her many volunteer efforts. Bridges Building Bridges, a non-profit organization launched by Mcleod, offers a program at Dufferin School called Guiding Lights, which works increase attendance at the school and decrease dropout rates.

PHOTO BY JORDAN THOMPSON

Centennial resident Sappfyre Mcleod won the Rotary Club of Winnipeg’s 2014 Dr. E. Leslie Pidgeon Award for her many volunteer efforts. Bridges Building Bridges, a non-profit organization launched by Mcleod, offers a program at Dufferin School called Guiding Lights, which works increase attendance at the school and decrease dropout rates.

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