Graduating students receive bursaries, scholarships

Graduating students receive bursaries, scholarships

Awards were presented during graduation ceremonies on June 30

Summerland Secondary School graduates received bursaries and scholarships during the graduation ceremonies on June 30.

Apple Valley Cruisers Bursary: Brandon Richards

Beauty and the Brit Spa Bursary: Lauren Embree

Bud Foreman Memorial Senior Men’s Hockey Bursary: Sean Wilson

Canadian Parents for French Bursary: Chloe Collins

Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 1136 Bursary: Victoria Webb, Aleah Nesdoly, Sydney Sandrelli, Sophie Marquis

Carla Wiersma Memorial Bursary: Nadia Campagnaro.

Catherine Javorski Memorial Bursary: Aliya Van Bergeyk

Dora Turner Memorial Bursary: Rylan van der Meulen.

Doreen and Alister McIntosh Memorial Bursary: Shae-Lyn Clarke, Pierre Holmes, Thomas Phillips, Thomas Campbell, Sydney Griffiths

Doreen Tait Memorial Bursary: George Hollas

Dorothy Diedl Memorial Bursary: Rachel Shanner

Dulcie Marjorie Doell Bursary: Jessica Lewis

Ellen Lloyd Memorial Bursary: Summer Scott, Alicia Sieben

Faith Rebekah Lodge #32 Bursary: Brandon Richards

Feast of Farms Bursary: Bailey Johnson

Fred Kato Bursary: Daniel Grant

FutureBook Yearbook Bursary: Claire Bowyer, Arianna Planiden

Gary Neil Blumhagen Bursary: Jessica Lewis

George McEachern Memorial Bursary: Khushvir Saran

George Sutton Memorial Bursary: Grace Zwyssig

Gerard McHale Memorial Bursary: Brandon Richards

Glenn Blystone Bursary: Joshua Stockmann

Gordon Ritchie Bursary: Hannah Nixdorf, Thea LeMare-Haverkamp

Gordon Smith Rotary Club Bursary: Tasia Horton

GPH Mechanical Bursary: Hunter Dufty

Grad 2016 Legacy Bursary: Arianna Planiden

Hubert James Gibbs Bursary: Savannah Vogel

Ivan and Stevie Ross Bursary: Gabrielle Joynt

Ivy Mason Bursary: Victoria Teo

Janet Ritchie Bursary: Victoria Teo

Jen and Bob Tingley Bursary: Noah Vaisanen

Joseph Lamb Memorial Bursary: Rylan van der Meulen

Ken Boothe Memorial Bursary: Nadia Campagnaro

Kinsmen Club of Summerland Bursary: Nicolette Laviolette

Kiwanis Club of Summerland Bursary: Hunter Dufty

Kiwanis Club of Summerland — John Tamblyn Memorial Bursary: Jennifer Butler

Kyle McKenzie Memorial Bursary: Jensen Kentel

Ladies Auxiliary to the Royal Canadian Legion Bursary: Kelly Ryan, Chloe Collins

Lakeshore Racquets Club Bursary: Pierre Holmes

Magda Fenwick Bursary: Franco Huber

Mina Elizabeth Millie Bursary: Aliya Van Bergeyk

Okanagan Fest-of-Ale Society Bursary: Alicia Sieben

Okanagan Hindu Temple and Culture Society Bursary: Rachel Shanner

Okanagan Rodtiques Tech Award: Parker Karnish

Okanagan Skaha Principal and Vice Principal Association Bursary: Aliya Van Bergeyk

Okanagan Skaha Teachers Union Bursary: Cory Berekoff

Okanagan Skaha Teachers Union Education and Technical Bursary: Maria Raitt

Order of the Eastern Star — Edina Chapter #33 Bursary: Sarah Parker

Parkdale Place Housing Society Bursary: Gabrielle Joynt

Paul and Goldie Charles Memorial Bursary: Brett Wilson, Sean Wilson

Pennie Jamieson Memorial Bursary: Delaney Mckelvey

Penny Lane — Art Sewell Memorial Bursary: Delaney Mckelvey

Penny Lane — Bela Blystone Memorial Bursary: Grace Zwyssig

Penticton and District Community Resources Bursary: Maria Raitt

Quest Society Bursary in memory of Vivian Hopkins: Rebecca Eisner, Sarah Gottwald

Ralph MacKenzie Scott Bursary: Jenna Bordeleau

Randall Hull Bursary: Rachael Bonanno

Registered Massage Therapists Bursary: Maria Raitt

Royal Canadian Legion Bursary: Ericka Bidwell, Thomas Phillips

Ruth Dale Memorial Bursary: Hayley Peterson

Sam Hanon Memorial Bursary: Cory Berekoff

St. Stephen’s Anglican Church Bursary: Grace Zwyssig, Chloe Collins

Summerland Baptist Church Bursary: Jensen Kentel

Summerland Builder’s Mart Bursary: Hunter Dufty

Summerland Chamber of Commerce Bursary: Ericka Bidwell

Summerland Community Arts Council Bursary: Jennifer Butler

Summerland Golf and Country Club Bursary: Brett Wilson

Summerland Health Care Auxiliary Bursary: Khushvir Saran, Hope Nendick, Bailey Johnson, Kelly Ryan

Summerland Health Care Auxiliary Endowment Bursary: Sydney Sandrelli

Summerland Ministerial Bursary: Brittany Parliament

Summerland Minor Fastball Association Bursary: Gabrielle Joynt

Summerland Women’s Fitness Society Bursary: Bailey Johnson

Summerland Women’s Institute Bursary: Gregory Mercer

Summerland Yacht Club Bursary: Lauren Embree

Thelma Rothwell Bursary: Greg Mercer, Khushvir Saran

Tom Kato Award Bursary: Kade Kozak

Tura McCarty Memorial Bursary: Jennifer Butler, Karter Wilms

Violet Mae Swenson Bursary: Rylan van der Meulen, Rachel Shanner

School District #67 District/Authorship Scholarship: Cory Berekoff, Rachael Bonanno, Chloe Collins, Hunter Dufty, Paveljit Gill, Maria Raitt, Sydney Sandrelli, Rachael Shanner, Aliya Van Bergeyk, Rylan van der Meulen

B.C. Excellence Scholarship: Bailey Johnson

Janet Ritchie Award of Excellence Scholarship: Maria Raitt

Iris A. Marie Clapperton and J. Kitchener Scholarship: Chloe Collins, Jessica Lewis, Nadia Campagnaro

Kinsmen Club of Summerland Scholarship: Delaney Mckelvey

District of Summerland Scholarship: Arianna Planiden

Fudge Award of Excellence: Rylan van der Meulen, Khushvir Saran

Dr. Denis Brown Memorial Scholarship: Rachel Shanner

Fudge Scholarship (Top Academic Achievement) Aliya Van Bergeyk

Verrier Award and Matsu Scholarship: Rachel Shanner

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