Island Morning | Nov 19, 2012 | 8:34

David Chisholm - Diamond Jubilee Medal

Three Oaks teacher David Chisholm is being recognized for his work after helping his students prepare for touring World War One and Two battle-sites and graveyards by connecting them with veterans in the Summerside area. He is one of four teachers from across Canada nominated by the Vimy Foundation to receive a Diamond Jubilee medal.

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