AESS Class of 2020 Bursary Winners

The AESS Class of 2020 had their graduation ceremonies this past weekend. (Adam Louis/Observer)
Daniel Chrenko won several bursaries and scholarships, including $1,000 from the Fraser Casade Teacher’s Association (Contributed Photo/AESS).
Kaeden Van Oort earned, among several awards, top honours and a $1,000 scholarship from the Fraser Cascade Teachers Assocation (Contributed Photo/AESS).
Kian Johnson is AESS’s top academic graduate for 2020 and earned several bursaries and scholarships (Contributed Photo/AESS).
Kylee Bahia, one of 2020’s Wall of Fame inductees, earned several scholarships, including the Aboriginal Edcuation Council Scholarship (Contributed Photo/AESS).

The Agassiz-Harrison Observer would again like to extend congratulations to the class of 2020 from Agassiz Elementary Secondary School.

The following students are this year’s bursary/scholarship winners:

Harris Workplace Law Award: Kylee Bahia

Cornelis A. Loos Scholarship: Daniel Chrenko

Coles Alumni Scholarship: Kevin Ortiz and Logan Sparkes

Hope Minor Hockey Bursary: Aleck Lucki

Agassiz Fire Department Scholarship: Kevin Ortiz

Aboriginal Education Council Scholarship: Kylee Bahia

Agassiz Harrison Chamber of Commerce Bursary: Ethan Peters

Agassiz Harrison Chamber of Commerce Ian Maw Memorial Bursary: Kian Johnson

Vibrant Photos Bursary: Terra Toovey

Re/Max NYDA Realty Allan Roth Memorial Bursary: Daniel Chrenko

HHS Parent Advisory Bursary: Logan Sparkes

Agassiz Harrison Lions Club Bursaries: Daniel Chrenko, Kian Johnson, Kevin Ortiz

Spectra Energy Foundation Bursary: Kevin Ortiz

Harrison Mills Community Club Bursary: Daniel Chrenko

Jack Lapeyre Memorial Bursay: Kylee Bahia

Kristy Hatt Memorial Scholarship: Logan Sparkes

Mayor Don Ramsay Memorial Award (KHF): Kylee Bahia

McCombs Family Endowment Bursary: Kevin Ortiz

Wally Maguire Endowment Bursary, Emma Martin

Peter and Shelley Hyma Bursary: Kaeden Van Oort

Kent Harrison Foundation 25th Anniversary Award: Kian Johnson

Harrison Yacht Club Award Bursary: Kevin Ortiz and Kaeden Van Oort

Trustee John Koopman Award: Kaeden Van Oort

AESS Parent Advisory Bursary: Kian Johnson

Gordon Sciotti Memorial Scholarship: Logan Sparkes

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