Selkirk Scholarship recipients

Selkirk Secondary graduated the Class of 2019 on Saturday, June 15 with ceremonies at the Kimberley Civic Centre. At that time, students received a number of scholarships and bursaries.

Recipients were as follows:

District Authority – $1250 Kooenay Insurance Services – $500 Columbia Basin Trust – $2000 Kootenay Savings Credit Union – $2000 for a total of $5750 – Molly Miller

College of the Rockies – $3000 District Authority – $1250 for a total of $4250 – Arissa Toffolo

Kimberley Medical Clinic – $1500 United Steelworkers – $500 Wasa Lions – $1500 for a total of $4000 – Savanah Flegel

District Authority – $1250 Kootenay Country Fair – $1000 JulyFest Soccer $500 CUPE 440 – $500 for a total of $2750 – Tyler White

Royal Canadian Legion Foundation – $500 Syd Helen Newhouse – $1000 Kimberley Rotary Club – $1500 for a total of $3000 – Morgan Dobi

Kimberley Junior Fish and Game Club – $500 Selkirk PAC – $500 Credit Union Foundation – $750 for a total of $2750 – Patrick Stone

College of the Rockies – $3000 Kimberley Health Care Auxiliary – $1500 for a total of $2750 – Hali Gustafson

Kimberley Arts Council – $500 Columbia Basin Trust – $2000 for a total of $2500 – Thea DePaoli

District Authority – $1250 Mark Creek Lions – $1000 for a total of $2250 – David Howe

Ladies’ Leg Dancers – $1500 District Authority – $1250 for a total of $2250 – Gwen Davies

Kimberley Health Care Auxiliary – $1500 – Donovan Anderson

Kimberley Teachers’ Association – $2000 – Haley Stober

Kimberley Elks Lodge #90 – $2000 – Kaitlin Anderson

District Authority – $1250 Julyfest Soccer – $400 for a total of $1750 – Sarah Brooks-White

Wasa Lions – $1500 – Violet McPhee

Kootenay Savings Credit Union – $1500 – Kieran Ackermann

Kootenay Savings Credit Union – $1500 – Jeremy Woods

Kootenay Savings Credit Union -$1500 –Taryn MacLeod

Selkirk PAC – $1500 – Nayeon Hyun

District Authority – $1250 – Brittanny Murphy

District Authority – $1250 – Garrett Symes

Mark Creek Lions – $1000 – Weston McLeod

Ruth Walker Memorial – $1000 – Weston Zawada

Mark Creek Lions – $1000 – Mya Fraser

School District 6 – $1000 – Dustin Jowsey

Syd and Helen Newhouse Family Trust – $1000 – Sydney Hoko

Mark Creek Lions – $1000 – Hannah Jowsey

Kimberley Administrators – $1000 – Emma MacLeod

KinClub of Cranbrook – $500 Mike Carey Bursary – $500 for a total of $1000 –Madison Amy

Steelworkers Union Ladies Auxiliary – $1000 – Tyson D’Etcheverrey

Kimberley Minor Hockey – $1000 – Jaren Hall

Columbia Power corp. – $500 – Nathan Giguerre

Kimberley Alpine Resort – $500 – Braedan Hainer

Kim Weitzel and Shawn Currier Memorial – $500 – Brayden Farquhar

Public and Private Workers of Canada – $500 – Ryan Hunt

CUPE 440 – $500 – Lucas Anderson

Bendina and Gerry Miller Bursary – $500 – Joe Lee

Bendina and Gerry Miller Bursary – $500 – Thomas Lee

Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here

 

Just Posted

City of Kimberley issues Boil Water Notice

The City of Kimberley issued a Boil Water Notice for all users… Continue reading

Impaired driver apprehended on Hwy 95A at 3:30 a.m. Saturday

Kimberley RCMP continued to remove impaired drivers from the roads. The latest… Continue reading

Hometown heroes: Search and Rescue president Peter Reid

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Kimberley Search and Rescue (SAR)… Continue reading

Rivers, creeks flooding across the East Kootenay due to rainstorm

Residents evacuated in Fairmont, other properties on alert due to debris flow concerns

Kimberley schools are open with social distancing in place

Some, but not all, Kimberley students return to school this week, as… Continue reading

VIDEO: A Vancouver Island black bear takes weekend nap in eagle tree

Videos captured by Terry Eissfeldt shows the bear arriving Saturday night and sleeping in on Sunday

189 homes in Grand Forks area given evacuation orders

Homes are in the Nursery, Grand Forks Airport, Gilpin Rd., Johnson Flats and Granby Rd. areas

George Floyd asphyxiated by sustained pressure: family autopsy

Death sparked a wave of protests across the U.S. and abroad

B.C. Hockey League prepping for 2020-21

League reviewing different scenarios and start times in compliance with provincial regulations

Introducing the West Coast Traveller: A voyage of the mind

Top armchair travel content for Alaska, Yukon, BC, Alberta, Washington, Oregon and California!

COVID-19: B.C. commercial landlords can’t evict if they decline rent assistance

Emergency order ‘incentive’ for federal program, Carole James says

Investigators probe death of CN employee at Surrey rail yard

Transportation Safety Board is investigating an ‘occurrence that took place during switching operations’

Trans Mountain starts B.C. leg of pipeline twinning project

Mostly finished in Alberta, Burnaby terminal expanding

Most Read