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Lisa Ingram is a grade 12 student who has accumulated an impressive record of volunteerism both in the school and local community. Lisa has amassed a record of 1,500+ volunteer hours. Lisa, without a doubt, has reported the greatest number of hours in history of student community involvement at St. Patrick’s.

As a City of Thunder Bay volunteer Lisa has helped with the Summer in the Parks, Teddy Bears’ Picnic, Kite Festival and PRO Kids Cheep Skate. In her involvement with Rotary Interact, Lisa has served as President, organized and executed: Purple Pinkie, Dance-a-thon for Diabetes, Schools Dancing for Schools, Fund-raising for a Mexican orphanage, Books for Africa, and Shelter House Days.

Lisa says she enjoys children and youth and likes to be involved with organizations that promote good healthy lifestyle choices. Lisa, early on, recognized that athletics were not her area of interest and began a search for “other things to do”. This awareness led to the extensive record of involvement that she currently presents. Lisa is truly deserving of the City of Thunder Bay Youth Award.