Grads from Ladysmith Secondary School were decked out in their finest Saturday evening at the Transfer Beach amphitheatre

Ladysmith Secondary School 2011 Graduation

  • Jun. 6, 2011 4:00 p.m.



AWARDS AND BURSARIES

 

1. The Mike Marshall Memorial Awards – 5 Awards of $100 – Jesse Francis, Andrew Freundlich, Bralei McDonald, Joe Ordano, and Ryan Smith. 2. The Ladysmith Secondary Art Awards (2@$150) – Evan Miller and Cheyenne Sykes 3. The Chemainus ILWU Auxiliary No. 39 and Local 508 Bursary, in Memory of Marjorie Lavandusky ($200) – Brady Weeks 4. The John Gourlay Memorial Bursary ($250) – Eli Battie 5. The Ladysmith Secondary School Staff Bursary (2 of $250) – Eli Battie and Elan Tombs 6. The Mareena McNab Memorial Awards (2 of $250) – Miranda Bethinger and Madison Garson. 7. The R. H. Ashwell Memorial Prize ($250) – Anna Hayton 8. The Royal Bank Financial Group Scholarships (2 of $250) – Madison Garson and Blair Greer. 9. The Ladysmith Rexall Coronation Mall Bursary ($300) – Carmen Rose 10. The Brian Dishkin Memorial Award ($500) – Brady Weeks 11. The Carol McNab Memorial Bursary ($500) – Meghan Wearne 12. The Canadian Federation of University Women, Nanaimo/Ladysmith ($500) Cheyenne Sykes 13. The Christy Moores Memorial Bursary ($500) – Cheyenne Sykes 14. The David Forrest Memorial Bursaries (6 of $500) – Eli Battie, Stryder Cooke, Jacob Fenner, Christy Mah, Bailey McLeod and Brady Weeks. 15. The Heather Brawner Memorial Bursaries (2 of $500) Hanna Leduc and Andrew Freundlich. 16. Inspiration from a Circle of Friends Award, LSS Alumni, Class of ’71 Award ($500) Stephanie Addis 17. The Island Homes Realty Bursaries (2 of $500) Bryce Belyea and Blair Greer 18. The Kinsmen Club of Ladysmith Awards (2 of $500) Blair Greer and Ryan Smith. 19. The Knights of Columbus #4582 Award ($500) Taylor Manton 20. The Ladysmith Arts Council Music Award ($500) Evan Miller. 21. The Ladysmith Chamber of Commerce Awards (2 of $500) Bailey McLeod and Stephanie Addis. 22. The Ladysmith Fire & Rescue Bursary ($500) Jordan Strandt 23. The Ladysmith Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie 2101 Bursaries (3 of $500) Carina McQuade, Eric Friesen and Therese McCallum. 24. The Ladysmith Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie 2101 Stew Battie Athletic Bursary ($500) Kerys Malli. 25. The Ladysmith-Saltair Garden Club ($500) Blair Greer 26. The Language Award ($500) Cheyenne Sykes. 27. The Mid Island Consumer Services Co-operative Bursary ($500) Carina McQuade. 28. The Nanaimo Airport Commission Award ($500) Jeannine Fong 29. The Nanaimo School Administrators’ Association Bursary ($500) Eli Battie 30. The Nanaimo District Teachers’ Association Teacher Education Award ($500) Maris Jahelka. 31. The Retired Teachers’ Association Bursary ($500) Maris Jahelka 32. The Rotary Club of Ladysmith Academic Awards (2 of $500) Cody Shephard and Therese McCallum. 33. The Rotary Club of Ladysmith Vocational Bursaries (4 of $500) Tyler Irvine, Eric Friesen, Kelsey Styles and Jordan Strandt. 34. The School District 68 Employees Award ($500) Maris Jahelka 35. The Wayne Grouhel/Rob Fawdry & Mike Pellatt Memorial Kinsmen Awards ($2 of 500)Brennan Hinchsliff and Blair Greer. 36. The Hillside Medical Centre Bursary ($600) Aimee Davidson. 37. The Saltair Community Bursary ($600) Will Smith. 38. The LSS PAC Awards (2 of $625) Cody Short and Miranda Braun. 39. The Native Daughters Dunsmuir Post #7 Bursary ($725) Mike Vandeventer. 40. Native Sons Post #7 Bursary ($725) Louis Granbois. 41. The Cedar Lions’ Club Gary Lawrence Bursary ($750) Meghan Wearne. 42. The Cedar Lions’ Max DeJong Memorial Bursary ($750) Melanie Heizer. 43. The Ladysmith Animal Hospital Award ($750) Bailey McLeod. 44. The Thrifty Foods Citizenship Award ($750) Elan Tombs 45. The Yellow Point Lodge Tourism Scholarship ($750) Hannah Leduc. 46. The Cory Bailey Memorial Award ($1000) Kerys Malli 47. The Dogwood District Authority Awards (8 of $1000) Evan Miller, Cheyenne Sykes, Meghan Wearne, Jeffrey Dietrich, Jeannine Fong, Ryan Smith, Stryder Cooke and Melanie Heizer 48. The Ladies’ Auxiliary Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie 2101 Bursaries (3 of $1000) Madison Garson, Hayden Smith and Carleigh Yeomans. 49. The Ladysmith and District Credit Union Insurance Agencies Community Spirit Award ($1000) Stephanie Morris. 50. The Ladysmith and District Credit Union Bursaries (2 of $1,000) Brennan Hinchsliff and Tyler Irvine. 51. The Ladysmith Lions’ Pete Seaton Bursaries (2 of $1000) Brennan Hinchsliff and Tyler Irvine. 52. The Lisa Heyes Fradin Memorial Award ($1000) Elan Tombs. 53. The Mid Island Consumer Services Co-operative Bursary ($1000) Sean Fuller. 54. The Rotary Club Graduation Transition Award ($1000) Tahirih Farahbakhsh. 55. The Rotary Club of Ladysmith Tristan DeKoninck Memorial Bursary ($1,000) Eli Battie. 56. The Royal Canadian Legion #171 Bursary Gaming Award (2 of $1000) Jeffrey Dietrich and Brennan Hinchsliff. 57. The Royal Canadian Legion #171 Ladies’ Auxiliary Bursary (2 of $1000) Bryce Belyea and Joe Ordano. 58. The Stz’uminus First Nation Bursary ($1000) Charles Sampson. 59. The Frank Jameson Memorial Bursary ($1,500) Stephanie Addis. 60. The Royal Canadian Legion Branch #171 Ladysmith Bursary ($1,500) Bailey McLeod. 61. The Helen Helmkay Memorial Bursary ($2,000) Joe Ordano. 62. The Linda Henn Memorial Scholarship ($2100) Geordana Clint. 63. The Lucy Lytton Memorial Bursaries (2 of $2,500) Stephanie Morris and Bailey McLeod. 64. The Ladysmith & District Credit Union Awards (2 of $3000) Tahirih Farahbakhsh and Jesse Francis 65. The Ladysmith Health Care Auxiliary Bursaries (2 of $4,000) Elizabeth Brooks and Christie Mah. 66. The Ladysmith Health Care Auxiliary Candystriper Program Scholarship ($4000) Angela Davies 67. The Ladysmith and District Credit Union Jack McDonald Memorial Scholarship ($5000) Geordana Clint. The School District 68 Career Technical Centre is a partnership between School District 68 and Vancouver Island University that gives students the opportunity to pursue post-secondary studies in their grade 12 year. The following students have been attending VIU through the CTC. In Culinary Arts: Sean Fisher, MacAuley Ivens and Jamie WattIn Carpentry: Bryce Belyea and Dylan Quist. In Hairdressing: Tara McGinn, Meghan Wearne and Angela Davies. In Information Technology and Applied Systems: Jason LennstromIn Heavy Duty Mechanics: Hayden Smiththe Auto Service Technician: Stryder Cooke and Logan Styfunyk. These students have been provided the opportunity of post-secondary education valued at a total of $44,700.

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