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Kool Kutz anniversary Cuttathon supports Big County Victim Services

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To mark the fifth anniversary of Kool Kutz, they held a Cuttathon, silent auction and raffle to raise funds for Big Country Victim Services Sue Waye of Healing Waye also offered her services providing massages for a donation to the cause.Three stylist’s scissors snipped their way to raising $2895.95. At the donation are (l-r) Jenna MacCarahan of Kool Kutz, Sue Waye of The Healing Waye. Judy Nelson of Big Country Victim Services and Tracy Gendron of Kool Kutz. Missing is Miranda Eskeland of Kool Kutz.


Awards presented to the St. Anthony's School Class of 2018

Academic Scholarship Awards

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The Science Scholarship, sponsored by the Royal Tyrrell Museum was awarded to Brigo Castillo and presented by Patty Ralrick.

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The Math 30-1 Scholarship was presented to Brigo Castillo by Nancy Laverty-Snider and sponsored by ATB Drumheller.

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The Math 30-1 Scholarship was presented by Celeste Schrock to Logan Van Dyk and sponsored by For Sight Vision Centre.

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The Social 30 Scholarship was awarded to Tanner Kelemen-Tkachuk by Kurt Phillips and sponsored by St. Anthony’s School.

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The English 30 Scholarship was presented to Tanner Kelemen-Tkachuk by Tracy Gendron and sponsored by Kool Kutz.

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The Religion 35 award was awarded to Brigo Castillo and presented by Velma Scott, sponsored by the St. Anthony’s Roman Catholic Church.

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The Chemistry 30 Scholarship was presented to Brigo Castillo and presented by Seika Mathiasen, sponsored by the Drumheller Lion’s Club.

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Biology 30 Scholarship was presented by Dr. Rehan Masood to Brigo Castillo, sponsored by Drumheller Associated Physicians

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The Art/Drama Award was presented to Jayla Berry by Vince Behm and sponsored by the Christ the Redeemer School Division.

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The Band/Choir Award was presented to Bailey Calderon by Laurie Lotts and sponsored by St. Anthony’s School.

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The Physical Education 30 Award was presented to Derek Carriere by Tiffany Andrew and sponsored by Westergard Motors.

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The Registered Apprenticeship Award was presented to Megan Boland by Vince Behm and sponsored by Christ the Redeemer School Division.  

Community Scholarships and Awards

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The Food Services Award was presented to Olivia Brisebois by Michelle Fournier and sponsored by Yavis Family Restaurant.

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The Drumheller and District Chambers of Commerce Business Leadership Award was presented to Veronica Felisilda by Cindy Clark and sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce.

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The Follow Your Dream Scholarship was presented to Logan Van Dyk by Tania Johnson and sponsored by Centre Street Insurance.

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The Community Services Award was presented to Keely Martin by Doug Lubinski and sponsored by Western GM Drumheller.

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The Youth Leadership Award was presented to Jordan Mazereeuw by Darryl Jacques and sponsored by Freson Bros.

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The Value Drug Mart Scholarship was presented to Fatima Rehan by Ray Ainscough.

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The Most Improved Scholarship was presented to Olivia Brisebois by Shelly Rymal and sponsored by the Drumheller Co-op.

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The School Involvement Award was presented to Carmanah Olbrich by Shannon Wade and sponsored by Hi-way 9 Express Ltd.

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The Hometown Realty Peter Van Der Heyden Memorial Scholarship was presented to Carmanah Olbrich by Arlene Van der Heyden and sponsored by Home Town Realty.

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The Dr. Julson Memorial Award was presented to Fatima Rehan by Ken Briault and sponsored by the Drumheller Rotary Club.

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The Christian Fellowship Award was presented to Megan Boland by Delphine Viczko and Anton Siatong and sponsored by the Catholic Women’s League and the Knights of Columbus.  IMG 3067
The Bancroft Memorial Scholarship was presented to Brigo Castillo by Ken Briault and sponsored by the Rotary Club.

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The St. Anthony’s School Council Award was presented to Carmanah Olbrich by Pat Doyle and sponsored by SASC.

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The Maria “Ami” Kuschke Memorial Scholarship was presented to Mason Arsenault by Dr. Kuschke and family.

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The Boston Pizza Employee Scholarship was presented to Jordan Mazereeuw by Heather Jones.

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The McDonald’s Youth Leadership Award was presented to Bailey Calderon by Lynn Secord.

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The Western Inspiration Scholarship was presented to Mason Arsenault by Roxanne Clark and sponsored by Western Financial Group.

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The Jarret Bosch Memorial Scholarship was presented to Brigo Castillo by Janice Bosch and sponsored by the Bosch family.

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The Theresa Hamilton Memorial Scholarship was presented to Keely Martin by Chris Bzdel and sponsored by Heather Guterson.

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The Drumheller Family Scholarship was presented to Brigo Castillo by Patty Ralrick and sponsored by the Drumheller Family and Museum.

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The Excellence in Education Award was presented to Brigo Castillo by Patrick Kolafa and sponsored by The Drumheller Mail.

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The Governor General’s Award was presented to Brigo Castillo by MP Kevin Sorenson.

Members of Mountain View Credit Union and Connect First Credit Union unanimously support amalgamation vote

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Two of Alberta’s largest credit unions have received resounding member support to amalgamate.

At Special General Meetings held on June 6 & 7, the memberships of Connect First Credit Union and Mountain View Credit Union, respectively, voted in support of a special resolution which will see the credit unions amalgamate effective August 1, 2018, operating as Connect First Credit Union.

“Our two credit unions have been strengthening communities across south and central Alberta for almost 80-years,” said Connect First Board Chair Andrew Eberl.

“We’re a good fit as we share a focus on local member service, employee engagement, cooperative values, community participation and long-term sustainability”, said Mountain View Board Chair Charlie Van Arnam.

“The strong support of our employees and members demonstrates that they see this as a very positive move for our credit unions,” added Eberl.

The two credit unions jointly represent more than 120,000 members and over 700 employees in 46 service locations across Central and Southern Alberta. With approximately $6.7 billion in assets under management, the amalgamated credit union would be one of Canada’s largest credit unions.

The amalgamated credit union will operate under the legal name of Connect First Credit Union Ltd, with four member facing brands: Chinook Financial, First Calgary Financial, Legacy Financial and Mountain View Financial.


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