Rhiannon Terpstra was awarded the KSS Scholarship of $1,000 by the Canadian Federation of University Women Parksville Qualicum Beach. — File photo

CFUW awards scholarships, bursaries

Award winners announced

The Canadian Federation of University Women Parksville Qualicum Beach has announced its 2019 scholarship and bursary trust awards winners.

The awards have been made possible by the generous donations of individuals, an annual grant from the CFUW/PQ, Thrifty’s Smile Card programme, and the 100+Women Who Care Oceanside.

The winners are:

Alex Roberts – BSS Scholarship $1,000; Rhiannon Terpstra — KSS Scholarship $1,000; Billie Reath-Lang – J.C. Reid Memorial Scholarship $3,000; Frances Goodman – CFUW/PQ Memorial Scholarship $4,000; Reece Koch – CFUW/PQ Memorial Scholarship $4,000; Megan O’Reilly — CFUW/PQ Memorial Scholarship $4,000; Samantha Skye Donald – Return to School Bursary $2,000; Jenna Rutherford — Return to School Bursary $2,000; Molly-Rae Walker – Post Graduate Scholarship $3,000; Keana Zimmerman — Post Graduate Scholarship $3,000; and Sarah Cockcroft – Parksville/Qualicum CFUW 100th Anniversary Award $5,000.

NEWS Staff, submitted

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