Volume 25 Number 4
Thanks to these 25 young people the future of Headwaters looks bright!
Julie Hall of Orangeville self-published her first book at 16.
Caledon’s Shailyn Pierre-Dixon, 15, won a Canadian Screen Award for best supporting actress in the The Book of Negroes.
Orangeville’s Ryan Hann swims 200 laps a day when raising money for the local food bank.
Mono’s Michael McCreary uses his stand-up to shed light on what it’s like growing up and dealing with social situations as someone with Asperger’s.
Mono’s Andrew McCreary studies at George Brown College in the child and youth care program with an eye to working in queer and trans healthcare.
In 2014, Ricky Schaede cofounded Club Art, an open studio for kids now at Orangeville’s Mill Street library.
Erin’s Katherine Pound attends the Manhattan School of Music, pursuing a degree in classical voice performance.
Albion wrestler Nicole French has competed in Italy and Romania as part of Junior Team Canada.
Samantha Penny is working on a Korea-based documentary called Reset, due for release mid- 2019.
Melancthon’s Coulter Baker is a professional game designer – and Sheridan educator.
Melancthon’s Emma Holmes is in her second year in the sports and recreation program at Lambton College in Sarnia.