January 2017
News Category: Latest News

"The Sound of Crime Stoppers Guelph Wellington" winner announced

 The wait is over and Kieran Bates of Guelph has been named the winner of "The Sound of Crime Stoppers" contest. The John F. Ross Secondary School student wrote the music, played all the instruments, and produced the winning entry. The 45 second piece has an intense rock feel and can be heard by going to www.csgw.tips.

Kieran has been part of Crime Stoppers Guelphh Wellington (CSGW) Crime Stopper Month activities, including TV and radio interviews and flag raisings.

CSGW Program Coordinator Sarah Bowers-Peter presents contest prizes to winner Kieran Bates, while Jam School President Robert Leader offers congratulations.

"We are so happy to have such an amazing piece of music to be linked with Crime Stoppers," said Program Coordinator Sarah Bowers-Peter.

The contest, held in late 2016, was open to high school students in the City of Guelph and County of Wellington. The winner receive numerous prizes from CSGW and from Jam School of Guelph.