Summerland graduates receive scholarships and bursaries

Summerland graduates receive scholarships and bursaries

Funding at high school graduation topped $120,000

Summerland Secondary School graduates received bursaries and scholarships during the graduation ceremonies on June 29.

The awards were presented during the graduation ceremonies, at the Summerland arena. The value of the bursaries and scholarships was more than $120,000.

Apple Valley Cruisers Bursary: Matthew Esslinger

Bud Foreman Memorial Senior Men’s Hockey Bursary: Steven Sauer, Remy Houde

Canadian Parents for French Bursary: Megan Rogall

Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 1136 Bursary: Emma Fetterer, Ethan Stewner, Tula Thurlin, Marlayna Martin

Carla Wiersma Memorial Bursary: Monica Chen Lin

Catherine Javorski Memorial Bursary: Marlayna Martin

Dora Turner Memorial Bursary: Mary Nightingale

Doreen and Alister McIntosh Memorial Bursary: Sophie Cormillot, Emily Eaton, Jessica Michaud, James Maaske, Hannah Walton

Doreen Tait Memorial Bursary: Ethan Freistadt

Dorothy Riedl Memorial Bursary: Takeshi Smith

Dulcie Marjorie Doell Bursary: Jill Henrichsen

Ellen Lloyd Memorial Bursary: Joe Headland

Faith Rebekah Lodge #32 Bursary: Luc Benoit

Fred Kato Bursary: Lacey Blake

FutureBook Yearbook Bursary: Kayla Deane, Claire Kenzie, Sunveer Dhaliwal

Gary Neil Blumhagen Bursary: Remy Houde

George McEachern Memorial Bursary: Mikayla Matsumoto

George Sutton Memorial Bursary: Megan Rogall, Trista Algar

Gerard McHale Memorial Bursary: Alexander Prodaniuk

Glenfir School Society Legacy Award: Helena Mott

Glenn Blystone Bursary: Dylan Kole

Gordon Ritchie Bursary: Lovlesh Anand, Josh Fitzpatrick

Gordon Smith Rotary Club Bursary: Emma Fetterer

GPH Mechanical Bursary: Kyra Marsden, Emily Desautels

Grad Legacy Bursary: Olivia Cameron

Hubert James Gibbs Bursary: Cavan Slade

Ivan and Stevie Ross Bursary: Emily Desautels

Ivy Mason Bursary: Sunveer Dhaliwal

Janet Ritchie Bursary: J.J. Henderson

Jen and Bob Tingley Bursary: Ethan Freistadt

Joseph Lamb Memorial Bursary: Lovlesh Anand

Ken Boothe Memorial Bursary: Grant Mansiere

Kinsmen Club of Summerland Bursary: Trista Algar

Kiwanis Club of Summerland Bursary: Adrian Wilkinson

Kiwanis Club of Summerland — John Tamblyn Memorial Bursary: Haylee Rolston

Kyle McKenzie Memorial Bursary: Helena Mott

Ladies Auxiliary to the Royal Canadian Legion Bursary: Kayla Deane, Kaitlyn Nightingale, Adrian Wilkinson

Lakeshore Racquets Club Bursary: Helena Mott, Jacob Acheson

Lark Group Community Engagement Bursary: Alicia Nightingale

Leona Claes Memorial Music Award Bursary: Hannah Vandersluys

Magda Fenwick Bursary: Josh Webb

Maloney Contractors Bursary: Eli Kentel, Brandon Rae

Mina Elizabeth Millie Bursary: Jill Henrichsen

Okanagan Fest-of-Ale Society Bursary: Emily Desautels

Okanagan Hindu Temple and Culture Society Bursary: Jenelle Johnson

Okanagan Rodtiques Tech Award: Brooke Ure

Okanagan Skaha Principal and Vice Principal Association Bursary: Emma Russill

Okanagan Skaha Teachers Union Bursary: Olivia Eaton

Okanagan Skaha Teachers Union Education and Technical Bursary: Chloe Knowles

OneSky Community Resources Bursary: Zoe Martell

Order of the Eastern Star — Edina Chapter #33 Bursary: Mairin Milton

Parkdale Place Housing Society Bursary: Jenelle Johnson

Pat and Howard Jordan Bursary: Alicia Nightingale

Paul and Goldie Charles Memorial Bursary: Kyra Marsden

Pennie Jamieson Memorial Bursary: Andrew Park

Penny Lane — Art Sewell Memorial Bursary: Vayda Poetch

Penny Lane — Bela Blystone Memorial Bursary: Brooke Ure

Ralph MacKenzie Scott Bursary: Alexandros Tsoycalas

Registered Massage Therapists Bursary: Zoe Martell

Royal Canadian Legion Bursary: Jenayah Lefebvre, Simon Carter

Ruth Dale Memorial Bursary: Carter Tower

Sam Hanon Memorial Bursary: Keegan Foley

South Okanagan Similkameen Pride Bursary: Piper Alexander

St. Stephen’s Anglican Church Bursary: Megan Rogall, Jenayah Lefebvre

Summerland Baptist Church Bursary: Josh Fitzpatrick

Summerland Chamber of Commerce Bursary: Grant Mansiere

Summerland Community Arts Council Bursary: Victoria Rich

Summerland Golf and Country Club Bursary: Brett Wilson

Summerland Health Care Auxiliary Bursary: Sunveer Dhaliwal, Trista Algar, Claire Kenzie, Nikki Blair

Summerland Health Care Auxiliary Endowment Bursary: Haylee Rolston

Summerland Ministerial Bursary: Gurshan Saran

Summerland Minor Fastball Association Bursary: Katie Portman, Marlayna Martin

Summerland Rotary Club Bursary: Kaitlyn Nightingale, Alicia Nightingale

Summerland Sportsmen’s Association Bursary: Emily Wright

Summerland TimberMart Bursary: Simon Carter

Summerland Women’s Fitness Society Bursary: Faith Steele

Summerland Women’s Institute Bursary: Duncan Graham

Summerland Yacht Club Bursary: Joe Headland

Thelma Rothwell Bursary: Gurshan Saran, Tula Thurlin

Tom Kato Award Bursary: Selena Raab

Violet Mae Swenson Bursary: Sophie Cormillot, Emily Wright

Vivian Hopkins Memorial Bursary, sponsored by the Quest Society: Adrian Wilkinson, Chloe Knowles

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