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Friday, June 16, 2017

Vote for Max!

 Hello Everyone, 
At the PEI  Provincial Heritage Fair on May 4th, Max MacIsaac, a grade 6 student at West Royalty Elementary School in Charlottetown, was selected as one of the top 12 Finalists for the Island.  Since that time he has been hard at work transforming his Heritage Fair project into an interesting video for the Young Citizens Video Contest. 

Now he is asking for your support by voting for his video.   Please go to the following link and vote for Max.

 You can find his video by searching for his name (Max) in the search box.  Then click on his name (Max-Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island) to see his project information and video.  To vote for him, please double click the large yellow box on the right-hand side of the screen.  It will ask you for your email address and for you to write in the 6 digits that are shown in the small box.  Then, most importantly, click "VOTE".  If your vote went through then you will see a message that says "Thanks!  Your vote was registered."  Please make sure you see this message, because if not, then the vote did not get entered.

Please Remember to vote and comment on videos and share the link with all your family and friends (everyone you know:)!  Each person can vote once per email address, so please use all your email addresses:)

Voting continues until July 7.  Two students from each province and territory will be selected to participate in a Youth Forum in Ottawa in the fall.  Students will be notified by the end of August.

THANK YOU so much for your support!  


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