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Grad Day at Kootenay Columbia Learning Centre

Awards ceremony held on June 13

The Kootenay Columbia Learning Centre, located in East Trail, celebrated the graduation of 24 students on Thursday.

After the grand march, the awards ceremony included greetings from the board of education, a message from principal Denise Flick, guest speaker Mandy Root from Freedom Quest, and valedictorian speeches from Maddison Bradley (Castlegar) and Owen Brideau from Trail.

As well, 16 awards were presented by local organizations and groups including the City of Trail ($650), the City of Castlegar ($600), Teck Trail Operations ($1,250) and School District 20 ($1,250).

~ List of awards and recipients courtesy Kootenay Columbia Learning Centre ~

City of Rossland Scholarship – Reese Wesnoski

Trail Lions Club – David Hinton Memorial Bursary – Kalen Spencer

Trail Kiwanis Club – Jenica Hunter

Trail Kiwanis Club – Michael Miller

Catalano Family Award – Jacinda Fraser

Castlegar Selkirk Lions Club Scholarship – Brooklyn Gordon

Katrine Conroy , MLA Kootenay West Scholarship – Brooklyn Gordon

School District No 20 Scholarship – Jacob Perepolkin

Fruitvale Quilters Guild (handmade quilt) – Coltin Schubert

Kootenay Columbia Teacher’s Union – Max Gordon

Kootenay Columbia Teacher’s Union – Noah Lucht

City of Trail Scholarship – Curtis Haynes

City of Castlegar Scholarship – Maddison Bradley

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 170 Castlegar – Megan Krueger

Adrian Colton Bursary – Jacob Buckler

Ms. K’s Spirit of Independence Recognition Award – Liam Strong

Lauener Brothers Jewellers Scholarship – Owen Brideau

Teck Trail Operations Ltd. Scholarship – Reece Wesnoski

Rotary Club of Trail Bursary – Jenica Hunter

Trail Lions Club Scholarship – Kalen Spencer

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