Saanich Peninsula stuidents wn Legion awards

On November 15, 2015 the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch #37 in Sidney presented deserving students with scholarships and bursaries.

  • Jan. 28, 2016 7:00 p.m.

Royal Canadian Legion Branch #37 scholarship and bursary winners. Front row

SIDNEY — On November 15, 2015 the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch #37 in Sidney was very proud to present some very deserving students with scholarships and bursaries.

The following students received the bursaries:  Ashley Bickford, Nicola Bukovec, Emily Callander and Laurel Davies. Each received $1,000.

Disa Bready, Trevor Calton, Montana Schwartz, Ryan Trelford and Sean Clackson each received $1,500.

Julia Bukovec received the Alan Calvert Scholarship of $2,500.

Congratulations to all of these very deserving and wonderful students.

The local branch of the RCL wishes them good luck in their studies.

— Submitted by RCL Branch #37

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