Daisy Wright, Samantha Price and Samantha Funk receive bursaries for $1,000 apiece from Chemainus-Crofton Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary No. 4400 members Lenore Archambault and Shirley Currie. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Community groups make a large amount of money available to Chemainus grads

Scholarships and bursaries for class members for post-secondary total $85,000

The community lent its overwhelming support to the Chemainus Secondary School Class of 2019 with $85,000 in scholarships and bursaries.

Representatives of the various contributing clubs and groups were in attendance at Friday’s graduation ceremony at the school gymnasium to make the presentations.

The awards ranged from $3,000 to $100. Every bit helps the students further their post-secondary studies.

The Chemainus Health Care Auxiliary’s three $3,000 bursaries went to Morgan Bottomley, Hannah Pachet and Samantha Price for advancing into human care.

Bottomley and Price also won $1,500 Chemainus Health Care Foundation bursaries while Pachet was the $1,500 foundation scholarship recipient.

The Chemainus Rotary Club $2,500 scholarship was awarded to Will Ngenda.

Several organizations provided individual scholarships and bursaries valued at $1,000.

A complete rundown of the award winners will be published in next week’s Courier.

 

Susan Beaubier, left, and Nadi Bottomley, right, present bursaries from the Chemainus Health Care Auxiliary for $3,000 apiece to Morgan Bottomley, Samantha Price and Hannah Pachet. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Hiram Beaubier presents $1,500 bursaries from the Chemainus Health Care Foundation to Samantha Price and Morgan Bottomley. (Photo by Don Bodger)

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

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