Grads take home $45,278 in scholarships and bursaries

Barriere Secondary School 2015 scholarship and bursary recipients

A total of $45

A total of $45

The following scholarships and bursaries, totalling $45,278, were presented to Barriere Secondary graduating students at their commencement ceremonies on Friday, May 22, 2015 at the Barriere Curling Rink.

• David Stamer Memorial Bursary – Jordan LeFeuvre

• Stamer Logging Scholarship – Talyse Lyons

• Barriere Bursary Society Bursaries – Carlea Dunn,Talyse Lyons, Ashley Fitger (Academic)

and Keaton Noble, Darby Myram, Jordan LeFeuvre (Technical)

• Yellowhead MiningTrades and Technical Bursary – Jordan LeFeuvre and Keaton Noble

• Nicky Grummett Scholarships – Tyler Ewert and Jessie Proulx

• IWA Louis Creek Bursary – Darby Myram

• Royal Canadian Legion Branch #242 Bursaries – Tyler Ewert, Taryn Howe, and Jordan LeFeuvre

• Bea Mitchell Memorial Scholarship – Talyse Lyons

• Gilbert Smith Forest Products Bursary – Jordan LeFeuvre

• Catholic Women’s League Bursary – Natasha McInnes

• Barriere AG Foods Bursary – Talyse Lyons

• North Thompson Fall Fair and Rodeo Association Bursary – Alexander Peterson

• Danny Proulx Memorial Bursary – Tyler Ewert

• Barriere Smoke Eaters Bursary – Darby Myram

• Yellowhead Community Services Bursary – Jessie Proulx

• Barriere Community Quilters Bursary – Keaton Noble

• Lower North Thompson Forest Society Scholarships – Talyse Lyons, Ashley Fitger, Taryn Howe, Jessie Proulx and Tyler Ewert

• Lower North Thompson Forest Society Bursary – Carlea Dunn, Darby Myram, Keaton Noble, Natasha McInnes, Jordan LeFeuvre, and Alex Peterson

• Interior Savings Credit Union Scholarship – Kurt Allen

• Barriere Secondary PAC Scholarships – Ashley Fitger, Alexander Peterson, Talyse Lyons, Tyler Ewert and

Jordan LeFeuvre

• Knights Inn Bursary – Carlea Dunn

• Barriere Auto Parts Bursary – Jordan LeFeuvre

• Barriere Citizenship Award – Tyler Ewert and Alex Peterson

• Kamloops Honda Bursary – Chad Gartner

• North Thompson Star/Journal Bursary – Ashley Fitger

• Monte Carlo Bursary – Alex Peterson

• Kamloops Blazers Hockey Club Award – Keaton Noble

• Dogwood District /Authority Awards – Talyse Lyons, Alex Peterson and Tyler Ewert

• Kamloops Thompson Teachers Association Scholarship Award – Alex Peterson

• Kamloops Principals and Vice Principals Association Award – Ashley Fitger

• TRU Vera Gourley Scholarship – Kurt Allen

• TRU Vera Gourley Bursary – Taryn Howe


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