Be A Hero Contest Winners Photos


1st Place:
     A class from Assumption Secondary School in Burlington won
first place for their YouTube video entitled “HomeExternal Link ($1000)

2012 Be A Hero Winner
Back Row from left to right: Noah Boyd, Justin Brookes, Nick Ponikvar
Front Row from left to right: Rick Craven (Halton Community Housing Corporation
President & Regional Councillor), Patricia Geronimo, Ms. Santucci,
Charmain Tulloch, Craig Kielburger (co-founder of Free The Children and Me to We)



2nd Place:
     Cheryl Joseph from Iroquois Ridge High School (Oakville) for
her poem “The Hard Way” ($500)

2012 Be A Winner 2nd Place
Regional Councillor Rick Craven, Cheryl's teacher Monique Gazan, 
Cheryl Joseph and Craig Kielburger



3rd Place:
     Kylie Pinder from Nelson High School (Burlington) for her 3D
model display “Everyone Deserves a Home” ($250)

2012 Be A Winner 3rd Place
Regional Councillor Rick Craven, Kylie Pinder and Craig Kielburger



4th Place:
     Mayuri Mahendran from Iroquois Ridge High School (Oakville) 
for the book “A Place to Call Home” ($100) )

2012 Be A Winner 4th Place
Regional Councillor Rick Craven, Mayuri's teacher Monique Gazan,
Mayuri Mahendran and Craig Kielburger



5th Place:
     A group of students from Craig Kielburger Secondary School
(Milton) for their YouTube video External Link about a youth struggling to find a home
(Andrew Annis, Stephen Groulx-Mustafa, Sarah MacKay and Celena
MacMaster) ($100)

2012 Be A Winner 5th Place 
Front row, left to right: Celena MacMaster, Sarah Mackay,
Back row, left to right: Regional Councillor Rick Craven,
Donna Taylor (Principal of Craig Kielburger Secondary School),
teacher David Turnball, Andrew Annis and Craig Kielburger