The Lambton Federation of Agriculture is offering ten scholarships in 2022/3 for college and university students.

Scroll through our Scholarships here:

Regular Yearly LFA Scholarships 2022

Joyce Anderson Scholarship

Amount: $2,000.00 (administered by the Sarnia Community Foundation)

Criteria:

  • Enrolled in the 2nd or 3rd year of ANY post-secondary program at a recognized post-secondary institution.

History:

  • On September 11 1995, it was decided at this meeting that the two new scholarships offered by LFA would be named in honour of two of the most active and dedicated directors on the board.
  • Dona Stewardson and Joyce Anderson had both been great advocates for farmers and rural people at the local level and at provincial levels.
  • They had both been involved in a variety of other organizations.
  • Joyce had died suddenly in May of 1995 and her absence was still felt on the board.
  • In 2014, through the generous additional donation from the Roberts Family, the Joyce Anderson Scholarship became a fully funded endowment and administered under the Sarnia Community Foundation, with the LFA determining the winner each year.

Bill and Dorothy Abraham Scholarship

Amount: $1,000.00

Criteria:

  • Enrolled in the 1st year of a diploma or degree program in agriculture at a recognized post-secondary institution.

History:

  • On May 14 1984, upon the retirement of William T. Abraham, Agriculture Representative for the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food in Lambton County (after 25 years), collections were taken up to thank and pay tribute to him and his wife Dorothy.
  • There was a large amount collected and Bill asked the LFA to invest the money and use the proceeds to make bursary awards to students enrolled in post secondary agriculture studies.
  • At this meeting the LFA agreed to do that and the Wm. and Dorothy Abraham Bursary was created.

Patrick and Timothy Kerrigan Scholarship

Amount: $1,000.00

Criteria:

  • Enrolled in the 2nd or more year of college [or] 3rd or more year of university at ANY post-secondary program at a recognized post-secondary institution in ONTARIO.

History:

  • On January 11 1988, Bill Wray, the scholarship committee chairman, informed the directors that a new “Kerrigan Scholarship” had been set up.
  • Earl Morwood had assisted Tim and Pat Kerrigan in the negotiations with the Ministry of Transportation for a fair settlement when their farm had been bisected by High­way 402.
  • To express their gratitude, the Kerrigan family donated $2000.00 to LFA to be used as an endowment to create this new scholarship.
  • In March 2021, upon the passing of Tim Kerrigan, the Sarnia Community Foundation accepted donations to allow the Kerrigan Scholarship to continue.

Bell One Scholarship

Amount: $1,000.00

Criteria:

  • Enrolled in the 2nd year or more program in agriculture at a recognized post-secondary institution.

History:

  • At the September 1978 meeting of the LFA Directors it was announced that the Lamb­ton Federation of Agriculture had received a bequest of $10,000.00 from the estate of Robert C. Bell of Moore Township.
  • Plans were made to look into in­vesting the money and using the in­terest to provide scholarships to sons or daughters of Federation members.
  • At the November 1978 Annual Meeting, president Laverne Wray announced the bequest from the Robert Bell Estate and the establishment of the “Federation Agricultural Scholarships”.
  • The first recipients of the “Bell-Federation Scholarships” were made February 22 1980 at the LFA Ladies Night Banquet and Dance in Alvinston.
  • One $500 degree-level scholarship and two $250 diploma-level scholarships were presented.
  • In 2019 the distinction between degree-level and diploma-level was removed.

Bell Two Scholarship

Amount: $1,000.00

Criteria:

  • Enrolled in any year of a program in agriculture at a recognized post-secondary institution

History:

  • At the September 1978 meeting of the LFA Directors it was announced that the Lamb­ton Federation of Agriculture had received a bequest of $10,000.00 from the estate of Robert C. Bell of Moore Township.
  • Plans were made to look into in­vesting the money and using the in­terest to provide scholarships to sons or daughters of Federation members.
  • At the November 1978 Annual Meeting, president Laverne Wray announced the bequest from the Robert Bell Estate and the establishment of the “Federation Agricultural Scholarships”.
  • The first recipients of the “Bell-Federation Scholarships” were made February 22 1980 at the LFA Ladies Night Banquet and Dance in Alvinston.
  • One $500 degree-level scholarship and two $250 diploma-level scholarships were presented.
  • In 2019 the distinction between degree-level and diploma-level was removed.

Dona Stewardson Scholarship

Amount: $1,000.00

Criteria:

  • Enrolled in the 2nd or more year of ANY post-secondary program at a recognized post-secondary institution.

History:

  • On September 11 1995, it was decided at this meeting that two new scholarships would be named in honour of two of the most active and dedicated directors on the board.
  • Dona Stewardson and Joyce Anderson had both been great advocates for farmers and rural people at the local level and at provincial levels.
  • They had both been involved in a variety of other organizations as well, and Dona had risen through the ranks to become Vice President of OFA.

Lois Wakefield Scholarship

Amount: $1,000.00

Criteria:

  • Enrolled in the 1st year of ANY post-secondary program 2 years or more in length at a recognized post-secondary institution.

History:

  • In 2004, the Lambton Federation of Agriculture funnelled all of its website advertising dollars into enriching the scholarship funds, and created the separate Lois Wakefield Scholarship, in recognition of her many years of service 

Don McCabe Scholarship

Amount: $1,000.00

Criteria:

  • Enrolled in the 3rd or more year of ANY post-secondary program (undergrad or postgrad) at a recognized post-secondary institution.
  • Involved in the 4-H programs in Lambton County, completing a minimum of 6 projects.

History:

  • In 2019, due to having many excellent applicants, a tie resulted in one of the other scholarships.
  • A motion was passed to split one of the ties and offer it up in honour of Don McCabe who was retiring from the OFA.
  • The Don McCabe scholarship was then moved to be a yearly award, first presented at the August 2019 Regional Meeting.
  • The criteria for the current award was developed in 2020.

Lambton County Women’s Institute Scholarship

Amount: $1,000.00

Criteria:

  • Available to Lambton County students entering their first or second year of full time studies at any college or university in Ontario that leads to your first degree or diploma.
  • Applicant’s permanent address must be in Lambton County. 
  • Previous winners are not eligible.

Dates to Know

  • Deadline unless otherwise stated: July 15th, 2022
  • Presentation of Scholarships: Third Thursday of August (Regional Meeting)

For the regular scholarships:

  • Note that the criteria for each vary.
  • The questions also vary for each, so be careful in copying and pasting from one application to another.
  • Applicants need to be from a family actively farming in Lambton County.
  • While you do not need to be an LFA/OFA member, it is required that you (or parents or grandparents or guardian) have a valid FBR number registered in Lambton County.

Tips on Applying For and Completing Applications

All LFA scholarships have conditions for application to that particular scholarship. Please ensure your situation applies to the scholarship being applied for, in order for it to be considered for competition (i.e. Program or college level etc.)

  • You will need to make a note of your parent’s/guardian’s/grandparent’s Farm Business Registration Number.
  • Please include a copy of your marks/transcript if possible; part of the evaluation process is academic accomplishment.
  • Make sure all portions of the application are completed.
  • Maintain focus on the questions as they are asked and respond accordingly. Accuracy in completing the questions is important.

Some good resources for information are the local farm publications, and any directors or staff of the OFA or LFA.

  • If they cannot answer your questions, they could point you to someone or something, which could.
  • A listing of the LFA Board of Directors is available at lambtonfederation.ca, or contact the LFA office directly.

You will receive a confirmation email once your scholarship has been received.

Please Note, other than the confirmation email, only the winners will be contacted further.

Past Scholarship Winners

2021

Warden’s Scholarship

  • The first scholarship of $2,000 was presented at the LFA annual meeting in January 2021 to Nathan Wilson who raised near Wyoming and is studying towards his Phd at Lakehead University in the Environmental Biotechnology program.
  • The second scholarship of $2,000 was presented to Hannah Symington who lives near Watford. Hannah has recently graduated from the University of Guelph and this fall is enrolled in the Masters program in Weed Science at the Ridgetown Campus of the University of Guelph. In her application she states that she will be researching chemicals that control herbicide resistant waterhemp in corn and soybeans.

Joyce Anderson Scholarship ($2,000)

  • Presented by Jane Anema of the Sarnia Community Foundation to Nicholas Gerrits, who lives near Wyoming. He is enrolled in the Plant Biotechnology program at the University of Manitoba. In his application he says that he is studying gene editing and plant breeding. He would like to see genetic changes to seeds to make today’s crops more resistant to the extreme weather conditions that we are experiencing. After obtaining his degree, he thinks that he would like to conduct research at a university on the benefits of altering cover crops.

Bill and Dorothy Abraham Scholarship ($1,000)

  • No Qualifying Applicants

Patrick and Timothy Kerrigan Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Emily Griffin who lives near Sarnia. She is enrolled in her 2nd year at Lambton College studying Business Administration with an emphasis on accounting. She writes that she has served as the President of the South Lambton 4-H Dairy Club and has worked on a dairy farm for 6 years. Her plans after graduation is find employment as an accountant and to continue to assist her father on his sheep farm and perhaps to have a sheep farm of her own someday.

Bell One Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Theresa Van Damme who lives near Alvinston. She is enrolled in her fourth year at the University of Guelph studying towards a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture. She states in her application that she chose this program because she is very interested in the science and research side of agriculture. Over the last few years, she has watched the innovative changes that is occurring in the industry such as variable rate fertilizer application and robotic equipment steering and is excited about what farming will look like in the next 10 years. She wants to be part of the group that facilitates these changes.

Bell Two Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Sarah Hayter of Alvinston. She is entering her second year of the Food and Agriculture Business Co op program at the University of Guelph. She states that this program is geared to offer the management, economic, technical and leadership skills to be successful in agribusiness and agriculture. After graduation she plans to travel to foreign countries to learn about their agricultural procedures before entering the workforce.

Dona Stewardson Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Megan McGrail who lives near Wyoming. She is enrolled in her 5th year of Public Management at the University of Guelph. This program allows for co op work terms and she is currently serving a work term with Wanstead Co op. Megan says that she plans to continue working in the agriculture sector after she completes her Bachelor of Commerce degree.

Lois Wakefield Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Nikki Boere who lives in Warwick Township. She is a recent graduate of North Lambton Secondary School and she will be attending McMaster University this fall enrolled in the Bachelor of Science Nursing program. She states that being raised on a pork farm has taught her the importance of team work to get the big jobs done. During high school she has served on student council and the Terry Fox Relay for Life committee. She says that while agriculture and health care are two different sectors of the economy, they both have a huge impact on people’s overall health. After graduating from the nursing program she would like to work as a nurse practitioner or perhaps enrol in medical school.

Don McCabe Scholarship ($1,000)

  • No qualifying applicants.

The Lambton Federation of Agriculture is pleased to be able to support deserving students in their pursuit of higher education.

2020

Joyce Anderson Scholarship ($2,000)

  • Presented by Jane Anema of the Sarnia Community Foundation to Katlyn Griffith of Brooke Township who is a student of practical nursing at St. Clair College, Chatham Campus. She has worked part time as a PSW at London Health Science Centre as well as Meadowview Villa Long -term Care Facility in Petrolia.

Bill and Dorothy Abraham Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Gracie Goodhill in Warwick Township. She is a recent graduate of North Lambton SS and she will be attending Guelph University this fall studying towards a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Food and Agricultural Business. In her application she states she is a 4th generation farmer who works along side her family growing cash crops.

Patrick and Timothy Kerrigan Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Eric Marsh of the Wyoming area. He is enrolled at Lambton College studying Chemical Production and Power Engineering Technology which is a 3 year program. He writes in his application that he has been a member of his local Legion for the past 4 years and he has served for the past 2 years on the Legion executive.

Bell One Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Hannah Symington who lives near Watford. She is enrolled at the University of Guelph studying towards a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture with a major in Crop, Horticulture and Turf Grass Science with a certificate in business. She states in her application that after she completes her degree she hopes to enrol in a Master’s Program in Weed Sciences. Since 2016, she has been the director and chairperson of the annual Alvinston Terry Fox Run.

Bell Two Scholarship ($1,000)

  • No applicants

Dona Stewardson Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Emma Darrach who lives near Petrolia. She is studying at McMaster University enrolled in a 4 year program towards an Honours Bachelor of Commerce. She states that after completing her educational degree she wishes to become a Chartered Professional Accountant. She has served on the executive of Petrolia’s Relay for Life and has acted as the master of ceremonies for the event.

Lois Wakefield Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Emily Van Ewyk who lives in the Brigden area. She will be attending Lambton College this fall and is enrolled in the Bachelor of Science program in Nursing.  This is a four year program. She says that she hopes to work one day for Bluewater Health at either the Sarnia or the Petrolia locations.

Don McCabe Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Maggie Annett who lives near the village of Shetland. She is enrolled at the University of Guelph studying Wildlife Biology and Conservation. She writes that she grew up along the Sydenham River which is home to a number of endangered species. She says that it would be rewarding to develop and implement new ways to preserve natural habitats and to introduce these practices into the farming community.
  • As for the 4-H connection to the scholarship, she writes that she has 4-H leaders for parents and this has allowed her to be heavily engaged in 4H for her whole life. The leadership skills that she has developed at various 4H leadership camps have been valuable in gaining employment and in leading group projects in her school.

Also announced at the August 20th online event, Anne McGugan representing the Lambton County Women’s Institute awarded a scholarship to Kevin McGrail from the Wyoming area.

The Lambton Federation of Agriculture is pleased to be able to support deserving students in their pursuit of higher education.

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2019

Joyce Anderson Scholarship ($2,000)

  • Presented by Jane Anema of the Sarnia Community Foundation to Rachelle Lassaline of Petrolia, enrolled in her third year of medical school at Western.

Bill and Dorothy Abraham Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Madyson Van Aert of Watford, enrolled for her first year at the University of Guelph.

Patrick and Timothy Kerrigan Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Abbie Barnes of Plympton, enrolled in her second year of Veterinary Technology at Ridgetown.

Bell One Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Theresa Van Damme of Alvinston, enrolled at the University of Guelph.

Bell Two Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Jessica Anderson of Bridgen, enrolled in her 2nd year of Environmental Studies at Wilfred Laurier University.

Dona Stewardson Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Josiah Van Ewyk of Kimball, enrolled in the 3rd year at Heritage College and Seminary.

Lois Wakefield Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Travis Nicholson of Brigden, enrolled at Lambton College.

Don McCabe Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Marissa Lester of Bridgen, enrolled in her 2nd year at Ridgetown College.
2018

Bill and Dorothy Abraham Scholarship ($500)

  • Morgan Rombouts

Patrick and Timothy Kerrigan Scholarship ($500)

  • Justine Miller

Bell One Scholarship ($500)

  • Mark Anderson

Dona Stewardson Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Clayton Shaw

Lois Wakefield Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Ryan Soetemans
2017

Patrick and Timothy Kerrigan Scholarship ($500)

  • Julia Soetemans

Bell One Scholarship ($500)

  • Patrick Wright

Dona Stewardson Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Lauren Anderson

Lois Wakefield Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Rachel Westendorp
2017 Scholarship Recipients
2016

Bill and Dorothy Abraham Scholarship ($500)

  • Patrick Wright

Patrick and Timothy Kerrigan Scholarship ($500)

  • Sarah Korvemaker

Bell One Scholarship ($500)

  • Kyle Cornelissen

Bell Two Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Joshua Noorloos

Dona Stewardson Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Mallory Straatman

Lois Wakefield Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Clancey Annett
2015

Joyce Anderson Scholarship

  • Deric Coolman

Bill and Dorothy Abraham Scholarship ($500)

  • Shawn Vandenboer

Patrick and Timothy Kerrigan Scholarship ($500)

  • Mallory Straatman

Dona Stewardson Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Nicole Soetemans

Lois Wakefield Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Matthew Gerrits
2014

Joyce Anderson Scholarship ($1,000) – Presented by Brad Anderson and Jane Anema

  • Ashley Cornelissen

Bill and Dorothy Abraham Scholarship ($500)

  • No applicants

Patrick and Timothy Kerrigan Scholarship ($500)

  • Duncan Annett

Bell One Scholarship ($500)

  • Connor Cook

Bell Two Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Bryan Soetemans

Dona Stewardson Scholarship ($1,000) – presented by Dona Stewardson

  • Rachel Loerts

Lois Wakefield Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Jenna Elliott

Lambton County Women’s Institute – presented by Ann McGugan

  • Emily Optof
2013

Joyce Anderson Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Laura Langstaff
    Laura is enrolled in Lambton College, in the Massage Therapy program. Laura is a long time 4H member and Dawn Valley Methodist Church substitute teacher/youth counsellor. Laura was on the Dean’s list at Lambton College with a 3.937 GPA.

Bill and Dorothy Abraham Scholarship ($500)

  • Connor Cook
    Connor attends University of Guelph, Rigdetown and is currently in his first year Associate Diploma in Agriculture. Connor plans to use his education and his experience to work his own farm in the future.

Patrick and Timothy Kerrigan Scholarship ($500)

  • Jenna Johnston
    Jenna is currently enrolled in Fanshawe College, studying Business – Human Resources. She plans to graduate at the end of April, and return for a final year, and obtain her Business – Insurance Diploma.

Bell One Scholarship ($500)

  • Jasmine Jennings
    Jasmine is enrolled in Ridgetown College, in the Agriculture Diploma course. Jasmine volunteers at the Brigden Fair, and participates in many other local fairs, and mentors other young people who are starting to handle and enjoy horses. She hopes to find a career that includes both environment and agriculture.

Bell Two Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Kristen Wight
    Kristen is attending the University of Guelph, Bachelor of Science, honours, majoring in Animal Biology. She is a member of the University of Guelph Future Vet’s Club, and was a member of the 2012 Ontario Junior Dressage Team.

Dona Stewardson Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Carly VanDaele
    •Carly is currently enrolled in the University of Waterloo, studying Environmental Resources, with a diploma in Ecological Restoration and Rehabilitation. She completed her first year as a member of the Dean’s Honours List.

Lois Wakefield Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Luke Stephens
    Luke is a member of Brigden United Church and helped harvest their crop for the Canadian food grains bank. He was a part of the government Student entrepreneur program and created a summer company called ‘Luke’s Produce’.

2013 Scholarship Recipients

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2012

Joyce Anderson Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Michelle Slaughter

Bill and Dorothy Abraham Scholarship ($500)

  • Eric Schrijver

Patrick and Timothy Kerrigan Scholarship ($500)

  • Paul Kerrigan

Bell One Scholarship ($500)

  • Mike Cornelissen

Dona Stewardson Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Jennifer VandenOuweland

Lois Wakefield Scholarship ($1,000)

  • Krista Campbell
2011

Joyce Anderson Scholarship ($500)

  • Laura Marie Lebert

Bill and Dorothy Abraham Scholarship ($250)

  • Krista Campbell

Patrick and Timothy Kerrigan Scholarship ($200)

  • David Felder

Bell One Scholarship ($500)

  • Troy Straatman

Bell Two Scholarship ($250)

  • Sarah Jackson

Dona Stewardson Scholarship ($500)

  • Jenna Veens

Lois Wakefield Scholarship ($500)

  • Nichol Ferguson
2010

Joyce Anderson Scholarship ($500)

  • Laura Marie Lebert

Bill and Dorothy Abraham Scholarship ($250)

  • Carissa White

Patrick and Timothy Kerrigan Scholarship ($200)

  • Jaime Van Riel

Bell One Scholarship ($500)

  • Nicole Stewardson

Bell Two Scholarship ($250)

  • Dale Miner

Dona Stewardson Scholarship ($500)

  • Lindsay King

Lois Wakefield Scholarship ($500)

  • Christina Lunn
2010 Scholarship Recipients
2009

Joyce Anderson Scholarship ($500)

  • Denise Syer

Bill and Dorothy Abraham Scholarship ($250)

  • Colleen McLean

Patrick and Timothy Kerrigan Scholarship ($200)

  • Tyson Cooper

Bell One Scholarship ($500)

  • Nicole Stewardson

Bell Two Scholarship ($250)

  • Alyssa Straatman

Dona Stewardson Scholarship ($500)

  • Caitlin Steven

Lois Wakefield Scholarship ($500)

  • Karly Campbell
2009 Scholarship Winners
2008

Joyce Anderson Scholarship ($500)

  • Caitlin Steven

Bill and Dorothy Abraham Scholarship ($250)

  • Nicole Stewardson

Patrick and Timothy Kerrigan Scholarship ($200)

  • Denise Syer

Bell One Scholarship ($500)

  • Gwen Williamson

Bell Two Scholarship ($250)

  • Martien Kusters

Dona Stewardson Scholarship ($500)

  • Meggie MacDougall

Lois Wakefield Scholarship ($500)

  • Sarah Felder
2008 Scholarship Recipients
2007

Joyce Anderson Scholarship ($500)

  • Simon Hogervorst

Bill and Dorothy Abraham Scholarship ($250)

  • Gwen Williamson

Patrick and Timothy Kerrigan Scholarship ($200)

  • Richard Lebert

Bell One Scholarship ($500)

  • Steven Murphy

Bell Two Scholarship ($250)

  • Cara Campbell

Dona Stewardson Scholarship ($500)

  • Brad McKellar

Lois Wakefield Scholarship ($500)

  • Sarah MacDougall
2007 Scholarship Recipients
2006

Joyce Anderson Scholarship ($500)

  • Pamela Miner

Bill and Dorothy Abraham Scholarship ($250)

  • Rebecca Sisson

Patrick and Timothy Kerrigan Scholarship ($200)

  • Sarah MacDougall

Bell One Scholarship ($500)

  • Nevin McVicar

Bell Two Scholarship ($250)

  • Kevin Straatman

Dona Stewardson Scholarship ($500)

  • Vanessa Zimmerman

Lois Wakefield Scholarship ($500)

  • John Hogervorst
2006 Scholarship Recipients
2005

Joyce Anderson Scholarship ($500)

  • Patricia Dickenson

Bill and Dorothy Abraham Scholarship ($250)

  • Megan Coke

Patrick and Timothy Kerrigan Scholarship ($200)

  • Amanda Pelleboer

Bell One Scholarship ($500)

  • Sarah Van Engelen

Bell Two Scholarship ($250)

  • Andrea DeGroot

Dona Stewardson Scholarship ($500)

  • Eric Hogervorst

Lois Wakefield Scholarship ($500)

  • Alicia MacKellar
2004

Joyce Anderson Scholarship ($500)

  • Loreen Deelstra

Bill and Dorothy Abraham Scholarship ($250)

  • Sarah VanEngelen

Patrick and Timothy Kerrigan Scholarship ($200)

  • Amanda Pelleboer

Bell One Scholarship ($500)

  • Megan Coke

Bell Two Scholarship ($250)

  • Eric Hogervorst

Dona Stewardson Scholarship ($500)

  • Ashley Harris

Lois Wakefield Scholarship ($500)

  • Amy Marie Hogervorst
2003

Joyce Anderson Scholarship ($400)

  • Christine McKinlay

Bill and Dorothy Abraham Scholarship ($250)

  • Sarah VanEngelen

Patrick and Timothy Kerrigan Scholarship ($200)

  • Tim Brown

Bell Two Scholarship ($250)

  • Dan Bryson

Dona Stewardson Scholarship ($400)

  • Cheryl DeGroot
2002

Joyce Anderson Scholarship ($400)

  • Jessica Robinson

Bill and Dorothy Abraham Scholarship ($250)

  • Dana Bryson

Patrick and Timothy Kerrigan Scholarship ($200)

  • Sera Pumfrey

Bell Two Scholarship ($250)

  • Adam McKellar

Dona Stewardson Scholarship ($400)

  • Jessica Robinson
2001

Joyce Anderson Scholarship ($400)

  • Karla Kerrigan

Bill and Dorothy Abraham Scholarship ($250)

  • Adam McKellar

Patrick and Timothy Kerrigan Scholarship ($200)

  • Barb Dickenson

Bell One Scholarship ($500)

  • Bryce Jackson

Bell Two Scholarship ($250)

  • Jason Fuller

Bell Two Scholarship ($250)

  • Scott Leystra

Dona Stewardson Scholarship ($400)

  • Adam McKinlay
2000

Joyce Anderson Scholarship ($800)

  • Matthew Loosemore

Bill and Dorothy Abraham Scholarship ($250)

  • Jeff DeVet

Patrick and Timothy Kerrigan Scholarship ($200)

  • Heather Forbes

Bell One Scholarship ($500)

  • Carolyn VanDamme

Bell Two Scholarship ($250)

  • Heather Forbes

Bell Two Scholarship ($250)

  • Rachel Thurston

Dona Stewardson Scholarship ($800)

  • Andrea Winder
1998

Joyce Anderson Scholarship ($400)

  • Jessica Core

Bill and Dorothy Abraham Scholarship ($250)

  • Jocelyn Smith

Patrick and Timothy Kerrigan Scholarship ($200)

  • Dawn Ann Ellwood

Bell One Scholarship ($500)

  • Craig Jackson

Bell Two Scholarship ($250)

  • Dawn Ann Ellwood

Dona Stewardson Scholarship ($400)

  • Jill Kerrigan
1997

Joyce Anderson Scholarship ($400)

  • Jessica St. Pierre

Bill and Dorothy Abraham Scholarship ($250)

  • Carolyn Vandamme

Patrick and Timothy Kerrigan Scholarship ($200)

  • Katherine Campbell

Bell One Scholarship ($500)

  • Katherine Campbell

Bell Two Scholarship ($250)

  • Don Vandamme

Dona Stewardson Scholarship ($400)

  • Julie Cates
1995

Bill and Dorothy Abraham Scholarship ($250)

  • Mark Bastiaansen

Patrick and Timothy Kerrigan Scholarship ($200)

  • Jeff Lassaline

Bell One Scholarship ($500)

  • Andrea Mills

Bell Two Scholarship ($250)

  • Geoff Smith
  • Richard Goodhand
1994

Bill and Dorothy Abraham Scholarship ($250)

  • Janice Jackson
1992

Bill and Dorothy Abraham Scholarship ($250)

  • Catherine Covemaker

Patrick and Timothy Kerrigan Scholarship ($200)

  • Kevin Minielly

Bell One Scholarship ($500)

  • Gary Martin
1987

Bill and Dorothy Abraham Scholarship ($250)

  • Steve Miller

Bell One Scholarship ($500)

  • Sue Fraser

Bell Two Scholarship ($250)

  • Jim Vrolyk
1986

Bell Two Scholarship ($250)

  • Steven Crowe

More Scholarships at:

IPM 1991 Scholarships
OFA Bursary Program



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