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Four pillars honoured at Courtenay school

Four plaques representing the pillars of Mark R. Isfeld Secondary School — academics, citizenship, arts and athletics — were unveiled in the school foyer Friday. Carved by Randy Frank, the pillars joined the medallion of the Komodo bear overlooking Queneesh Glacier, which was carved by Frank in 2004. - Isfeld Yearbook
Four plaques representing the pillars of Mark R. Isfeld Secondary School — academics, citizenship, arts and athletics — were unveiled in the school foyer Friday. Carved by Randy Frank, the pillars joined the medallion of the Komodo bear overlooking Queneesh Glacier, which was carved by Frank in 2004.
— image credit: Isfeld Yearbook

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