Jennika Erickson

Ladysmith student receives $1,000 BC Auxiliary bursary

For her compassionate care and comfort to the residents of The Lodge on Fourth Ave.

Jennika Erickson has received a $1,000 bursary from the British Columbia Association of Healthcare Auxiliaries for her compassionate care and comfort, over a period of three years, to the residents of The Lodge on Fourth Ave.

This is the second recognition Erickson has received for her contributions. In 2014 she received a $4,000 bursary from the Ladysmith Healthcare Auxiliary.

“She is a fine example of the contributions made by our youth volunteers today,” said a release from the Auxiliary.

Erickson is a student of the University of Victoria, enrolled in the Bachelor of Science program, working towards a degree in Kinesiology.

 

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