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Spring Awards Presentation at Loyalist College

March 10, 2011

The Undergraduate Spring Awards Reception in The Parrott Centre at Loyalist College on Wednesday, March 9th was a happy occasion for donors, students, faculty, staff and guests of the College as 50 students were presented with awards that totaled $38,650.

In her opening remarks, College President Maureen Piercy congratulated the award recipients and expressed appreciation for the work of the Foundation in providing support to students. Many of the awards made available to students throughout the year are provided by the endowment fund for student financial assistance, which is administered by the Loyalist College Foundation.

Donna Gowthorpe, Chair of the Foundation’s Grants Committee, welcomed everyone on behalf of the Foundation and the Grants Committee of the Board. “We know that financial assistance makes a difference for many of you as you continue with your post-secondary education – and that’s why we’re involved. Thank you to our many donors for your generosity – and our warmest congratulations to all award recipients.”

Donors were recognized and thanked by Stuart Wright, Chair, Loyalist College Board of Governors, who commented on the “incredible generosity of people who have stepped forward with contributions.” He explained that, through forward thinking and planning, donors are not only helping students of today—endowment funds continue to provide financial assistance to Loyalist students on an annual basis.

 

For more information regarding the Awards program or the Loyalist College Foundation and its support of Loyalist students and academic programs, contact Dianne Spencer, Executive Director, College Advancement and External Relations at (613) 969-1913, ext. 2235.

Logan Aulthouse, a first-year General Arts and Science student was the recipient of the Rotary Club of Picton Bursary. Logan is shown in the photo with Loyalist President, Maureen Piercy (centre) and his mother, Peggy Reynolds. Peggy is a second-year student in the Child and youth Worker program and was the recipient of a First Generation Bursary.

Logan Aulthouse, a first-year General Arts and Science student, was the recipient of the Rotary Club of Picton Bursary. Logan is shown in the photo with Loyalist President, Maureen Piercy (centre), and his mother, Peggy Reynolds. Peggy is a second-year student in the Child and Youth Worker program and was the recipient of a First Generation Bursary.

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Media Contact: Edina Cappuccitti, College Advancement and External Relations, (613) 969-1913, ext. 2392; e-mail: ecappuccitti@loyalistc.on.ca

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