Education funding

Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre cutouts support students through the bursary program. (VDPAC photo)

Curtain closing on Vernon arts bursaries

Up to 3 $1,000 bursaries available from Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre

 

B.C.’s Minister of Advanced Education Melanie Mark is Indigenous and she grew up in government care. (B.C. government photo)

B.C. announces funding to support post-secondary students with disabilities

The province is investing $275,000 in the new BCcampus website

 

On hand for FortisBC Community Giving Fund presentation was Coun. Joe Van Tienhoven, Township of Spallumcheen; director Adam Casemore, Regional District Central Kootenay (Creston); Mayor Chris Pieper, City of Armstrong; David Bennett, FortisBC; Mayor Christine Fraser, Township of Spallumcheen; Coun. Gary Popoff, Township of Spallumcheen; Linda Werner, City of Armstrong; Coun. Gary Froats, City of Armstrong. (Contributed)                                Councillor Joe Van Tienhoven, Township of Spallumcheen; Director Adam Casemore, Regional District Central Kootenay (Crestor); Mayor Chris Pieper, City of Armstrong; David Bennett, FortisBC; Mayor Christine Fraser, Township of Spallumcheen; Councillor Gary Popoff, Township of Spallumcheen; Linda Werner, City of Armstrong; Councillor Gary Froats, City of Armstrong (Photo: CNW Group/FortisBC)

Armstrong middle school gets funding for ‘extreme learning’ playground project

Len W. Wood Middle School received $15,000 from the FortisBC 2019 Community Giving Fund

 

The final round of cyclists at the 2019 Lake2Lake Ride for Rwanda took off at 9:30 a.m. at the Vernon Christian School Saturday, Sept. 14. They’re destined for Eagle Bay, more than 100 kilometres away. (Brendan Shykora - Morning Star)

Cyclists ride from Vernon to Eagle Bay in support of Rwandan schools

The 10th annual Lake2Lake Ride for Rwanda has raised more than $100,000 in donations and counting

The final round of cyclists at the 2019 Lake2Lake Ride for Rwanda took off at 9:30 a.m. at the Vernon Christian School Saturday, Sept. 14. They’re destined for Eagle Bay, more than 100 kilometres away. (Brendan Shykora - Morning Star)