October Stoke Youth of the Month: Jade Davies

Jade Davies named October Stoke Youth of the Month for her involvement with Local Food Initiative

Jadies Davis is the Stoke Youth of the Month for October.

Contributed by the Stoke Youth Network

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

Congratulations Jade Davies who is this October’s Stoke Youth of the Month! Jade was nominated for her involvement with the Local Food Initiative’s food recovery program. On Saturdays, Jade would go to the farmers market to help collect, sort and weigh food donated by the vendors. This food would have otherwise gone to waste, but instead found its way back into the community through the local food bank.

Jade is just one of the great youth in our community doing awesome things! To nominated someone pick up a nomination form at Stoke FM, the community centre or email info@stokeyouthnetwork.ca. Each youth nominated will be entered in a monthly draw and could win a prize pack from Somewon Collective.

 

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