Sam Bratvold My name is Sam Bratvold and I attend Medicine Hat High School and I am in grade 10. I heard about the Youth Advisory Board through word of mouth and my parents. I decided to apply to the Youth Advisory Board so that I could represent the youth in decisions being made by the city. I encourage others to join this board as it really promotes a youthful perspective on problems our city faces.
Matthew Birtle As a student in my grad year at MHHS, I strive to perform at my maximum potential. Some of my passions include playing the saxophone and guitar; keeping up to date with politics at home and abroad; and volunteering in ways which directly relays positive effects to people locally. The Board is important to me because it is our duty to make quality of life in Medicine Hat the best it can be for everyone, including the generation which will inherit this great city.
Hello, I am 17 Year’s old and from beautiful Medicine Hat, AB. One of my favourite quotes is “knowledge is a lifelong journey!” Because I am continually striving to learn more and better my community.
I joined the Youth Advisory Board to influence the constant changes in our society with a fresh perspective. I hope to simultaneously make a positive difference in Medicine Hat while inspiring others to do the same elsewhere.
Hello, my name is Ally Wallace and I am a member of the Student Advisory Board in Medicine Hat. I currently attending Medicine Hat High School and enjoy; baking, being outside and playing rugby in my spare time. I became interested in the Youth Advisory Board because I wanted to have a say in the things that are affecting the youth of Medicine Hat and to be more involved in my community.
Rhiannon Ware Hello, my name is Rhiannon Ware. I’m attending my first year of college here at MHC, while being apart of the women’s basketball team. I joined the youth advisory board, because I want to connect with others, help build our community and as well to play an active role in creating equal opportunities for the youth in the city.