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Revelstoke Secondary School Apprenticeship Program grads Jeremy Murray (Battersby’s Plumbing and Heating) and Cody Olsen (MC Mechanical) each received $1,000 awards to help further their careers in the trades for their successful completion of the apprenticeship program, including a minimum of 480 hours of paid apprenticeship work. They are pictured with teacher Lori Milmine and principal Mike Hooker.   - Photo contributed
Revelstoke Secondary School Apprenticeship Program grads Jeremy Murray (Battersby’s Plumbing and Heating) and Cody Olsen (MC Mechanical) each received $1,000 awards to help further their careers in the trades for their successful completion of the apprenticeship program, including a minimum of 480 hours of paid apprenticeship work. They are pictured with teacher Lori Milmine and principal Mike Hooker.
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PHOTO: Revelstoke Secondary School Apprenticeship Program grads Jeremy Murray (Battersby’s Plumbing and Heating) and Cody Olsen (MC Mechanical) each received $1,000 awards to help further their careers in the trades for their successful completion of the apprenticeship program, including a minimum of 480 hours of paid apprenticeship work. They are pictured with teacher Lori Milmine and principal Mike Hooker.

 

 

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