Mu­seum hon­ours Mon­tague stu­dent

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - FEATURES/COMMUNITY -

The Prince Ed­ward Is­land Reg­i­ment Mu­seum pre­sented a spe­cial prize to one Is­land stu­dent at the Pro­vin­cial Her­itage Fair on May 14.

The award was pre­sented to rec­og­nize an out­stand­ing her­itage fair pro­ject on an as­pect of mil­i­tary history.

Ben­jamin Collings-MacKay, a Grade 6 stu­dent at Mon­tague Con­sol­i­dated School was awarded the P.E.I. Reg­i­ment Mu­seum spe­cial prize for his pro­ject, “Cana­di­ans at Vimy Ridge”.

The P.E.I. Reg­i­ment Mu­seum sup­ports the Pro­vin­cial Her­itage Fair by pro­vid­ing judges for the projects and work­shops for the par­tic­i­pants on an an­nual ba­sis.

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Ben­jamin Collings-MacKay of Mon­tague Con­sol­i­dated School re­ceives the P.E.I. Reg­i­ment Mu­seum spe­cial prize from Lt. Col Glenn Mo­ri­ar­ity, cu­ra­tor of the mu­seum, for a Her­itage Fair pro­ject called Cana­di­ans at Vimy Ridge.

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