Lauren Channel is the September Stoke Youth of the Month

Congratulations to Revelstoke Secondary School student Lauren Channell, who is September’s Stoke Youth of the Month!

Lauren Channel was the Stoke Youth of the Month for September.

Contributed by the Stoke Youth Network

Each month Stoke FM, the Revelstoke Review and the Stoke Youth Network are recognizing youth in our community who show leadership and community spirit!

Congratulations to Lauren Channell, who is September’s Stoke Youth of the Month! Lauren was nominated for her involvement with the North Columbia Environmental Society’s GASP program this summer. She showed great stewardship and leadership skills and brought a great energy to the trip.

Lauren is just one of the great youth in our community doing awesome things. To nominate someone pick up a form at Stoke FM, the Community Centre or e-mail Each youth nominated will be entered in a monthly draw and could win a prize pack from Somewon Collective.


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