The Kemptville College Alumni Board is pleased to announce the names of the students receiving the scholarships. With the number of applicants and the caliber of the applicants, the Alumni decided to hand out four instead of the original two. In 2019, they will revert back to the two scholarships – one to a student in their second year agricultural related program and one to a student in their second year of a food related program. Check out the web www.kcalumni.ca in the summer for the application form for 2019.
The winners are:
Natalie Templeton from Kemptville, who is also attending University of Guelph for a Bachelor in Animal Science.
Cody Ayotte-Bisson from Ottawa, who is attending Algonquin in Culinary Management.
Robert Levac from St Bernardin, who is attending University of Guelph for a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture.
Amy Rodenburg from Alymer, who is attending University of Guelph for a Bachelor of Science in CHAT: crops, horticulture and turf grass management.
All recipients had to have a relative who had graduated from Kemptville College. The Alumni wants to encourage young people to complete agricultural and food related programs and the $500 scholarship is intended to help out with their career choice.