Graduation: Storefront School graduates pose at their ceremony.

Storefront success

The number of graduates at the Salmon Arm Storefront School surpassed all previous records for the program

  • Jun. 23, 2015 9:00 a.m.

The number of graduates at the Salmon Arm Storefront School surpassed all previous records for the program.

A total of 20 students earned diplomas, which were presented Thursday at the Elks Hall.  Scholarships went to many including:

Riley Bootsma was the winner of a $1,000 Secondary School Apprenticeship Scholarship.

Gabriella Bowser won the $500 Doug Pearson Scholarship.

Cairo Kozjak won two scholarships, the $250 School District #83 Alternate Scholarship and the $500 Salmar Community Association Scholarship.

Sierra Breitkreuz was the winner of the $500 Salmon Arm Savings and Credit Union Scholarship.

Morgan Labrecque was the winner of the $250 Salmon Arm Observer Scholarship. Keanna Reimer won the $500 Okanagan College Scholarship.

Also winning scholarships were Eko Dance, Brandon Duguay, Tyler Hadland, Jade Kirchner-Koch, Alex McKee and Nicolas Sepulveda.


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