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Wellington County provides scholarships

WELLINGTON CTY. - Ten local students will be receiving educational scholarships and bursaries from the County of Wellington, based on academic achievement, community involvement or financial need.

At the Oct. 26 meeting, county council awarded the following local students with $500 bursaries and scholarships to use toward their post-secondary school expenses:

- Lauren Binkley, Town of Minto;

- Kaylee Brooke Punter, Township of Centre Wellington;

- Riley Dowling, Town of Erin;

- Aaron Goetz, Township of Wellington North;

- Nick Heller, Township of Puslinch;

- Madison Hoelscher, Township of Mapleton;

- Sarah Maw, Town of Minto;

- Erin Raftis, Town of Minto;

- Brayden Secord, Township of Puslinch; and

- Elizabeth Teasell, Township of Guelph-Eramosa.

Any County of Wellington student currently enrolled in post-secondary education within Canada, is eligible to apply for a County of Wellington bursary or scholarship. Application forms are available at www.wellington.ca.

November 10, 2017

 
 

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