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These stories about local youth taking action to make a difference in our community are made possible through the continued support of Pino's Get Fresh as part of our Community Leaders Program.

Jake May and his amazing project

Jake May and his amazing project

17-year-old aspiring engineer builds 35-foot wooden fortress in backyard - all by hand
Camden gets to the point of supporting ARCH

Camden gets to the point of supporting ARCH

11-year-old's homemade spears on target to raise funds for local hospice
Local 12-year-old an ambassador for women's hockey

Local 12-year-old an ambassador for women's hockey

Hockey is the sport that Skylar Ruschpler loves and the 12-year-old Sault native can't get enough of it
Future esthetician offers pampering for people and pups

Future esthetician offers pampering for people and pups

"JoyScentials", founded and run by 10-year-old Kassidy Gioia, has everything from hand sanitizer for people to donuts for dogs
Zachary and Isaac aim to bring joy to others one driveway at a time

Zachary and Isaac aim to bring joy to others one driveway at a time

'We just wanted to help others, that simple'
Local family hoping to start snowman building business to spread positivity

Local family hoping to start snowman building business to spread positivity

Half of the proceeds will go towards SickKids Foundation
Tippy canoe dumps load of non-perishable food on Christmas Cheer

Tippy canoe dumps load of non-perishable food on Christmas Cheer

École secondaire Notre-Dame-du-Sault students and staff have been participating in the Noël Portage campaign since 2013
Local youth collects bottles for ARCH

Local youth collects bottles for ARCH

Sault youngster Ryker Brocklesby used his summer to raise money for ARCH
Grade 3 student rakes lawns with friends to raise money for charity

Grade 3 student rakes lawns with friends to raise money for charity

They fill numerous bags with leaves and raise $100 for charities in a few hours
Young Saultites sell lemonade for soup kitchen

Young Saultites sell lemonade for soup kitchen

Five and seven-year-olds enthusiastic about helping others: kindness brings kindness they say