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WATCH: Meet Aditi Kini - Recipient of BC Medal of Good Citizenship

Darpan News Desk Darpan, 03 Jun, 2022
  • WATCH: Meet Aditi Kini - Recipient of BC Medal of Good Citizenship

Meet Aditi Kini in Darpan Chat Central. A Seaquam Secondary Student, who has been honoured with the Medal of Good Citizenship from the BC government for her exemplary service and leadership during the COVID19 pandemic to the community.

She was among the 31 recipients which also included Dr. Bonnie Henry. This young lady is going places and has made the South Asian community proud. Keep up the good work Aditi!!

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