Chemainus-Crofton Fraternal Order of Eagles No. 4400 members Bill Yearley and Ken Hamilton present bursaries for $1,000 apiece to Hannah Pachet, Tyler Kempthorne and Janae Duerksen. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Chemainus Secondary scholarship and bursary winners

Class of 2019 combines for a huge haul of $85,000 from community organizations and groups

Following are the scholarship and bursary recipients from the Chemainus Secondary School graduating class of 2019:

SCHOLARSHIPS

Canadian Federation of University Women Cowichan Valley: Morgan Bottomley and Janae Duerksen $1,000 each.

Chemainus Doctors’ Health Sciences: Hannah Pachet $750.

Chemainus Health Care Foundation: Hannah Pachet $1,500.

Chemainus Rotary Club: Will Ngenda $2,500.

Cowichan Eyecare: Hannah Pachet $350.

Duncan Daybreak Rotary Club: Hannah DuMez $1,000.

BURSARIES

49th Parallel Grocery Chemainus: Daisy Wright $500.

Alexander Wilson: Samantha Funk $1,000.

Barry Genis Memorial Trades: Joel Eastwood $1,000.

Beta Sigma Phi Sorority: Hannah DuMez $500.

Chemainus & District Baseball Association: Kolton Hogstead and Tyler Kempthorne $500 each.

Chemainus & District Baseball Association Larry Hopwo: Matt Simpson $500.

Chemainus Concert Band: Hannah Pachet $300.

Chemainus-Crofton Fraternal Order of Eagles No. 4400: Janae Duerksen, Hannah Pachet and Tyler Kempthorne $1,000 each.

Chemainus-Crofton Fraternal Order of Eagles No. 4400 Auxiliary: Samantha Funk, Samantha Price and Daisy Wright $1,000 each.

Chemainus Elementary PAC: Daisy Wright and Matt Simpson $250 each.

Chemainus Firefighters: Hannah Pachet $500.

Chemainus Health Care Auxiliary for advancing into human care: Morgan Bottomley, Hannah Pachet and Samantha Price $3,000 each.

Chemainus Health Care Foundation: Morgan Bottomley and Samantha Price $1,500 each.

Chemainus in Memory of Members of Crofton and District OAP: Matt Simpson $200.

Chemainus Legion 191: Hannah Pachet $700.

Chemainus Legion 191 Fine Arts: Daisy Wright $700.

Chemainus Legion 191 Lorna Nichols: Matt Simpson $700.

Chemainus Masonic Lodge – Highmore/Robinson: Adrian Mitchell $500.

Chemainus Rotary Club Jesse Price Memorial: Morgan Bottomley $200.

Chemainus Rotary Club John Dove: Fiona Grant $300.

Chemainus Rotary Club Larry Nancarrow Memorial: Hudson Carruthers $400.

Chemainus Secondary Parents’ Advisory Council: Hannah DuMez, Janae Duerksen and Daisy Wright $500 each.

Chemainus Secondary Performing Arts Achievement: Daisy Wright $300.

Chemainus Seniors Centre: Hannah DuMez and Fiona Grant $1,000 each.

Corporation of the District of North Cowichan Forest Tom Walker Legacy Fund: Adrian Mitchell $600.

Cowichan Spirit of Women: Janae Duerksen $500.

Cowichan Valley Division of Family Practice: Morgan Bottomley $500.

Cowichan Valley Principals’ and Vice-Principals’ Association: Matt Simpson $500.

Cowichan Wheels: Janae Duerksen $1,000.

Crofton Community Centre Society: Fiona Grant and Hannah Pachet $1,000 each.

Crofton Community Centre Hugo Lebitschnig Memorial Trades: Kolton Hogstead $2,000.

Crofton Community Centre Nessie Vye: Samantha Funk $1,000.

Crofton Seniors Society: Hudson Carruthers and Samantha Funk $500 each.

Don & Dorothy Craig Memorial: Will Ngenda $500.

Duncan Elks Lodge: Will Ngenda $1,000.

Family and Friends of Ryan Clark Memorial: Hudson Carruthers $500.

Friends of Devon Sanchez Memorial: Hannah Pachet $500.

Lou and Grace Shelling: Fiona Grant $500.

Manfred Maier Memorial: Morgan Bottomley $500.

Crofton PAC Merri Lau Memorial: Hudson Carruthers and Kolton Hogstead $200 each.

Paige Whitelaw Memorial: Matt Simpson $750.

PAWZ (CHSS): Samantha Price $300.

Saltair Community: Daisy Wright $600.

Shannon McClelland-Miller: Hannah Daniels, Fiona Grant, Emily Reid, Anya Stevens and James Yateman $100 each.

WEX: Joel Eastwood $500.

University Entrance Awards: Morgan Bottomley (Brock University) $4,000; Janae Duerksen (University of Victoria) $2,500; Hannah Pachet (Vancouver Island University) $2,000.

School District 79 Scholarship Awards: Morgan Bottomley, Hudson Carruthers, Hannah DuMez, Joel Eastwood, Ethan Fotheringham, Samantha Funk, Fiona Grant, Malachi Hargreaves, Jaiden Istace, Jack Miller, Will Ngenda, Hannah Pachet, Samantha Price, Matt Simpson and Daisy Wright $1,250 each.

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Ashley Bell, left, and Emily Adams present the $750 Paige Whitelaw Memorial bursary to Matt Simpson. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Co-valedictorian Will Ngenda received a total of $5,250 in scholarships and bursaries. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Samantha Price is congratulated by Chemainus Secondary School prinicipal Lori Hryniuk and vice principal Jennie Hittinger. Price received a total of $7,050 in scholarships and bursaries. (Photo by Don Bodger)

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