2018 Bob Comish Memorial Grant Recipient presentation – Wednesday, June 13th
The Blue Mountain Village Foundation is pleased to announce funding of $5,000 to local high school students along with one student who is currently attending Georgian College who have worked at the resort property. The grant presentation occurred this morning – Wednesday, June 13th at Sunset Grill at Blue Mountain Village.
“We are very proud to support students who provide the mountain with innovative ideas about how the resort can expand in the areas of customer service, programming and physical access” says Andrew Seigwart, President of the Foundation. “The Bob Comish Memorial Memorial Award “ is a wonderful legacy celebrating a man who made such an impact in our community. Bob would be proud of the recipients accomplishments and plans for their future educational endeavors”.
“I’m honoured and pleased to receive this scholarship because I have had such a wonderful and positive work experience at Blue Mountain over the past four years and I will always be grateful for this.” says recipient Myranda Trevisan.
“I am honored to be receiving the Bob Comish Scholarship. Having worked at Blue Mountain for many years, I know the value Bob placed on service, recreation, youth and family enjoyment. I will use this money for purchasing the many supplies I will need as I attend Humber College for a Degree in Jazz Performance, specializing in the tenor saxophone. Tuition, supplies, books and accommodation have appreciated so many cannot afford post-secondary pursuits. This scholarship is greatly appreciated to continue my studies”, says Decklan Funstan.
“Receiving the Bob Comish Scholarship is one of the many contributions that being a Blue Moutain employee has made to my future. It is a great honour.” – says student Jade Goodall.
"I was incredibly excited to be chosen for this award, it has eased my financial stress and allowed me to focus on my studies this semester. I am very thankful to have the support of the Blue Mountain Foundation while pursuing my career" exclaims Daniela who is Georgian College student.
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. Information about filing applications for funding and bursaries can be obtained at the Foundation website at www.bluemountainvillage.ca/foundation/
For information about the Foundation, contact Catherine Smart at 705-606-0985.