A special birthday gift

North Canoe Elementary student Rylan Blackstock, with mother Lisa, donates a cheque for $110 to school PAC vice president Michelle Lynd

Seven-year-old North Canoe Elementary student Rylan Blackstock

Seven-year-old North Canoe Elementary student Rylan Blackstock, with mother Lisa, donates a cheque for $110 to school PAC vice president Michelle Lynd and president Jana Ingebrigston. For his recent birthday, Ryland asked for money instead of presents, to donate to North Canoe’s two-year fundraising effort for new playground equipment. The school needs to raise $47,651 to replace existing playground equipment that no longer meets insurance standards.

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