Holly in Campbell River

August 5th, 2019

Hi, my name is Holly Norwegian. I live in Fort Simpson, Northwest Territories; originally from a small town called Jean Marie River. I am a participant in the 2019 Northern Youth Abroad Canadian Program. Big thanks to all who have supported and helped me with fundraising ; especially my home community, to be apart of this program. 

I was placed in Campbell River, British Columbia. Population of approximately 35,000 people. I am volunteering at the Laichwiltach Family Life Society. I started at their Head Start, and had so much fun working with the staff and children. The Head Start was only a three week long Program, so I was recently moved to the Little Fry daycare, which I also enjoy. 

My host parents’ name is Debbie, Debbie Weir. She’s brought me almost everywhere on Vancouver Island; Nanaimo, Port Alberni, Duncan, Cowichan Bay, And Victoria.

I have been exploring a lot of Campbell River on my own time, and it certainly has some very beautiful sites. My favourite place to go would probably be the pier and shoppers row. The pier has very good ice cream, and shoppers row has lots of stores to browse around. 

I am so glad to have been placed here, the people are very friendly. My host parent is very kind and generous. The people I work with are very kind and easy to get a long with, and the kids have brought so much joy over the month. I am also very very glad that I applied and was selected to be apart of Northern Youth Abroad. This is an experience that I will never forget. 

Thank you for taking the time to read my blog. 

Sincerely, Holly Norwegian

4 thoughts on “Holly in Campbell River

  1. Wanda Norwegian

    I’m so happy you got the experience to go and live in a different place and work with people that you didn’t know. So proud of you.

  2. Debbie

    Holly, it’s been a pleasure having you in my home. You have a lot of excellent qualities, you are dedicated and committed to seeing this through. You are kind, polite, and motivated. I see you going places. I am going to miss you, and wish you and Chris all the best on your journey together.
    There is no word for good bye in Nuu chah nulth, we say Chuu – see you next time 😉


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