Several students from the area were among close to 160 students to receive Access Communications Centennial Scholarships in 2015.
The area recipients are: Nicole Burym of Canora, Kaytlyn Placatka of Kamsack, Angela Hamm of Norquay, Brooke Huska of Preeceville and Jessie Stoudt of Sturgis.
Co-operative Limited believes that youth who volunteer their time in order to improve their communities should have their efforts encouraged and rewarded, according to a release from the co-operative. The Access Communications Centennial Scholarship Program recognizes graduating students who demonstrate exemplary community involvement as well as academic achievement.
Since 2005, the Access Communications Centennial Scholarship Program has put more than $210,000 into the hands of high school graduates from across the province.
Access Communications also recognizes the support and commitment provided by educators in preparing young people for successful futures.