Fresh off a silver medal at the Winter Olympics, Sudbury’s Rebecca Johnston returned home to see family and friends and make a few appearances.

She was at Algonquin Road Public School on Tuesday and then her former elementary school MacLeod today where she spoke with students and they in turn unveiled an Olympic Wall in her name.

Johnston says says a fourth Olympics could be in the cards.

Johnston finished with 5 points in five games at the 2018 games and has two gold medals to go along with her silver.

The Olympic Wall at MacLeod will feature a variety of Rebecca Johnston photos.

Rebecca Johnston poses with students at MacLeod Public School, her former elementary school
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