Doing some research on the Canadarm for the Strait Regional Heritage Fair was James Sawlor.
Photos by Grant McDaniel — Carter Wilson was one of the students who put their best foot forward for the 19th annual Strait Regional Heritage Fair on April 3. Wilson researched the Second World War for his project.
Dana Rhynold found the history of Grassy Island an interesting topic, and it’s a good bet visitors to the Strait Regional Heritage Fair were equally interested in his project. Rhynold took second in the Grade 8 division.
Carly Beaton looked into the history of one of the Strait area’s longest running festivals, Judique on the Floor during the 19th annual Strait Regional Heritage Fair.
Colin Leon gave visitors to Strait Regional Heritage Fair on April 3 at the Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre some insight on the history of the fishery.
One of the most important medical discoveries in world history was the focus of Madison Betts, who met the public on May 3 at the Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre.
Bridget Murphy looked into her family history to offer some insights on her grandfather, Ray Murphy, who owned and operated The Ohio General Store.
Sarah Mohrez researched Henry Marshall Tory, a gentleman from Guysborough who became the first president of the University of Alberta. Mohrez took third place for her efforts.
Sadie Beaver (left) and Charlize McEwan combined efforts to research turtles, a topic they fleshed out on May 3 at the 19th annual Strait Regional Heritage Fair.
Ballet and its connection to Canada’s history was the topic Victoria Baker educated the public on May 3 at the Strait Regional Heritage Fair.
Jennifer Jones and her curling expertise was the topic delved into by student Brooklyn Jordan. Jordan and her fellow students showed off their research on May 3 at the Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre.
Kaycee Timmons did some great work fleshing out what happened during the Halifax Explosion during the 19th annual Strait Regional Heritage Fair on May 3.
Exploring her family connection to the Second World War was Makayla Nadasdi, one of the students sharing her findings at the Strait Regional Heritage Fair. Nadasdi took eighth place overall for her efforts.
Peyton Rhynold explored the most famous character of Lucy Maud Montgomery for her heritage fair offering. She picked up a Literacy Award for her efforts.