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Village Foundation Donation (Posted On: Friday, May 20, 2016)

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The Blue Mountain Village Foundation is pleased to announce that The Bob Comish Memorial Bursary will be given to each of 4 graduating students from local high schools who have worked in the Blue mountain Village. Although the cheques will be given to the students upon enrollment, the students will gather in Blue Mountain Village for breakfast courtesy of Sunset Grill on May 19th 2016 at 8:30 am with a group photo to be taken at 9:30 am in front of Sunset Grill. Natalie Lindberg, Erin Hogan (absent), Quinsea McKenna and Owen Lee will each receive $1,000 from Foundation board members; Bruce Melhuish and Andrew Seigwart.

"We are thrilled with the calibre of the successful candidates, and hope to see the number of applicants grow annually" says  Andrew Seigwart, President of the Foundation. "We chose to support graduating students who have worked in Blue mountain Village and are continuing their education as it exemplifies our efforts to support local youth striving to complete their education."

The Blue Mountain Village Foundation is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in our local communities through its financial support of registered charitable organizations whose activities provide benefit to the residents of our local communities, with an emphasis on children and family programs. In addition, the Foundation awards 5 Bob Comish Memorial Bursaries to 4 local high school students and a student from Georgian College, who have worked on the resort property. Information about filing applications for funding and bursaries can be obtained at the Foundation website.

For information about the Foundation, contact Deb Keep at 705 888 9779.


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