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Bouvier bags 2012 BC Community Achievement Award

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Coquitlam's Jerome Bouvier, executive director of PoCoMo Youth Services Society, is seen her in front of the Project Reach Out Bus that travels to areas in the Tri-Cities where at-risk youth gather to provide support and services.
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Jerome Bouvier of Coquitlam is one of 35 persons named to receive a 2012 B.C. Community Achievement Award, it was announced Friday via a povincial government press release.

Bouvier is executive director of the PoCoMo Youth Services Society and the innovator of a unique program that reaches to at-risk youth in the Tri-Cities. Based on establishing relationships with youth, the Project Reach Out Bus travels to areas where youth gather, provides support and services and, as a result, positively affects the lives of young people.

Bouvier also heads up the annual PoCoMo Wheechair Tennis Classic tournament.

Bouvier the other award recipients will be recognized in a formal presentation at Government House in Victoria on April 25. Each will receive a certificate and medallion designed by B.C. artist Robert Davidson.

 

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