The WindsorEssex Community Foundation Awards 13 Scholarships

Sunday July 11th, 2021

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The WindsorEssex Community Foundation (WECF) is pleased to announce that a total of over $19,000 in scholarships has been awarded to 13 students pursuing a post-secondary education in various fields of study.

Scholarships inclined:

  • The Constable John Atkinson Memorial Scholarship Fund awarded two scholarships to Sarah W. and Victor M. both are pursuing an education in a law enforcement program at St. Clair College this fall.
  • Father Matt Sheedy Scholarship Fund awarded two scholarships to Lauren A. and Peter D. both recipients are pursuing a post-secondary education in a health-related field.
  • Gale & Irene (Knister) Taylor Scholarship Fund awarded three scholarships to students who are residents of Comber and are graduating from Tilbury District High School and Belle River District High School.
  • Harding Electric/Morris and Ruth Harding Memorial Scholarship Fund awarded a scholarship to Amelia S. enrolled in the Electrical Techniques Program at St. Clair College.
  • Hitchcock Family Foundation Scholarship Fund awarded two scholarships to Chelsey D enrolled in the Administrative Accounting Program at St. Clair College and Phoebe T. enrolled in the Welding Techniques program at St. Clair College.
  • Kolody Family Memorial Scholarship Fund awarded a scholarship to Maria S. enrolled in the Industrial Engineering Program at the University of Windsor.
  • Rotary Club of Windsor (1918) Centennial Scholarship Fund awarded a scholarship to Robert K. enrolled at the University of Windsor. Shawn Boxe Memorial Scholarship Fund awarded a scholarship to Anya L. enrolled in the software engineering program at the University of Waterloo.

“We are proud to be able to grant scholarships to eligible students pursuing their dreams by furthering their education at the post-secondary level. Through its grant making activities, the WECF is able to work with local families and individuals who want to support young people and have a positive impact on the future of youth in our communities,” Lisa Kolody, Executive Director of the WECF said.

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