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Agassiz Legion hands out bursaries

Agassiz students, and some staff, heading back to classroom in the fall

Royal Canadian Legion, Br. 32, Agassiz announced their Poppy Fund Bursaries for 2013, each for $500 toward tuition or text books. Pictured are Colin Morris, Poppy Chairman, Kathleen Striker, returning to school to obtain her RN, Amanda Amirault, returning for her final year at University of Victoria in Immunology & Microbiology,  Jim Johnson, Youth Chairman, Betty Brewer, Legion Branch 32 president, Sandy Balascak, ACE administrator returning for a Master’s Degree at Royal Roads University, and in front, Grant Morley, 2013 AESS graduate attending the UFV  this fall. Not pictured is Dakota Feil, a 2013 ACE Graduate also planning to attend the UFV.  All are descendants of veterans. Submitted photo

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