Rotary scholarships handed out

Four Peninsula teens lucky recipients of four $500 scholarships handed out by the Rotary Club of Sidney by the Sea

From left to right: Kaley Ram

Four Peninsula teens were the lucky recipients of four $500 scholarships handed out by the Rotary Club of Sidney by the Sea Thursday, June 28.

Kaley Ram and Charlotte Fines, both Parkland students going into general studies and nursing respectively at Camosun College took home two of the scholarships, while Stelly’s students Alex Guineau and Christopher Dick, who are both going into the culinary arts program at Camosun, took home the other two.

The students were recommended by their schools to receive the scholarships because of their outstanding contributions to their schools and their community. The Sidney by the Sea Rotary Club award four students these scholarships each year.

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