This year, 56 students received Bursary and Scholarship Awards from the Mission Community Foundation for a total of $58,000 plus two free tuitions to UFV. / Submitted Photo

Students receive $58,000 in awards

Mission Community Foundation presented 56 students with bursaries and scholorships.

Last week marked the 29th annual Bursary and Scholarship Awards from the Mission Community Foundation.

This year the foundation was able to help 56 students for a total of $58,000 plus two free tuitions to UFV.

Along with the awards were musical and dance performances by Ashley Trimble, Henry Tusi, Jr. and Brittany Grant as well as a moving student response presented by Emma Norum.

Special thanks to the foundation benefactors without whom this evening would not take place.

Bursary and scholarships were presented to: Kaitlin Adams, Ryan Boivin, Ashveer Brar, Keely Critchley, Timotei Dudas, Maia Fairbairn-Wiebe, Emma Fedora, Erika Fernandez, Kayla Fisher, Vlad Gavrilov, Asia Geier, Brittany Grant, Isabella Hamm, Christina Harrison, Manuel Herrera, Alexa Huebner, Jayde Innes, Thomas Janke, Hye-Seon Jung, Riley Klimmer, Michael Lambert, Ryan MacLean, Anoop Mann, Luke Masih, Aaron McCall, Joshua Nazer, Lise Nehring, Emma Norum, Lillian Osbourne, Cameron Palmer, Jillian Pederson, Zachary Pelletier, Breeanna Phelps, Michelle Pippus, Kabeer Poonia, Gurleen Randhawa, Michaela Reist, Maxwell Rex, Erin Russell, Loveleen Sandhu, Isabella Schiopu, Alexia Seal, Pavel Sekhon, Brogan Simpson, Sari Siyam, Melanie Stevens-Franko, Victoria Sukra, Hannah Tann, Corrie Thirkell, Patrica Gwen Tipay, Ashley Trimble, Henry Tusi, Jr, Maria Volosatov, Dawson Wansink, Levi Williamson and Brooklyn Zirk.


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