TRU awards day Dec. 5

More than $19,000 in awards, bursaries and scholarships will be awarded to TRU Williams Lake students this Thursday.

More than $19,000 in awards, bursaries and scholarships will be awarded to TRU Williams Lake students this Thursday, Dec. 5 at 1:30 p.m.

A total of 22 different awards will be presented to students at the ceremony.

The recipients will receive the details of their award at the event.

The awards ceremony is specific to students attending post-secondary at the TRU Williams Lake Campus.

TRU Development Supervisor, Karen Gamracy, will be traveling from Kamloops to orchestrate the awards ceremony and Dr. Ray Sanders, executive director of the Williams Lake Campus will be in attendance to congratulate the recipients.

“We are extremely pleased with the high quality students we have at our campus, congratulations to all of them,” says Dr. Ray Sanders.

“I am indebted to the generosity of our donors. They understand the importance of an advanced education and we would not be successful without them.”

TRU is grateful for the support of the community and would like to thank the generous donors.

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