The Mission Community Foundation was pleased to award 58 students a total of $70,000 and two free tuitions at UFV. / Submitted Photo

Mission Community Foundation presents $70,000 in scholarships

58 students received awards including two free tuitions at UFV

Mission Community Foundation’s 30th annual scholarship awards took place on May 2 at the Clarke Theatre.

The Foundation was pleased to award 58 students a total of $70,000 and two free tuitions at UFV.

Congratulations to:

Sarah Adlem, Ashley Bains, Katelyn Bligh, Billie Browne, Chelsea Budau, James Burgess, David Buzza, Cathleen Byrne, Josephine Calverley, Selena Clark, Charlotte Daignault, Rachel Fischer, Alyssa Formosa, Hamen Gill, Talvinder Gill, Jane Green, Imat Grewal, Fern Gwyn, Megan Houghton, Tianna Howes, Anthony Iliou, Beatrice Jackson, Ashley Johnson, Hye-Seon Jung, Stephania Kamagianis, Lucas Kuppers, Amber Langley, Daylin Mager, Kooper Mansell, Braydon Marriott, Kristen McBride, Aaron McCall, Lyza Murphy, Joshua Nazer, Mackenzie Newlands, Ignatius Ong, Spencer Pigeon, Jake Pott, Braeden Rodgers, Jack Rushen, Puneet Sandhu, Alexandra Scott, Carissa Selbie, Egon Shin, Gurtaj Shoker, Sean Sidhu, Hanna Snipstead, Delaney Syme, Trenton Tebutt, Simran Uppal, Trinity Valera-Mertineit, Lola Vaslot, Joshua Wallace, Kaiya Wangler, K. Jayden Watrin, Riley Wiebe, Cristal Wilson and Eli Young.

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