CLUB AWARDS TWO HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WITH EDUCATION GRANTS

| March 22, 2017

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Two high school students in Sturgeon Falls are recipients of cash awards to make their post-secondary pursuits a little easier.  Both were given $250 during the celebration of La Francophonie in Sturgeon Falls.  Renee Lecuyer, who attends Ecole Secondaire Publique Northern was humbled to be one of the recipients.   Lecuyer will pursue the assistant physiotherapy program at College Boreal.

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