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You Must be Prepared to Accept Change.


Twenty-Five graduates received their diplomas as Creighton Community School held their graduation ceremonies Friday night.


Thirty-Seven scholarships and bursaries were presented with the top award the Hudbay Scholarship for two thousand dollars a year for four years going to Aliece Angell who also received the Highest Academic award and a Creighton School Division scholarship for one thousand dollars for academics with the second going to Mady Simon who also received a Community School academics scholarship and the Town of Creighton bursary.  The Raymond Daneliuk Memorial Trades bursary went to Regan Schnieder.  Creighton Community School scholarships for one thousand dollars went to Hannah Olivier for athletics, Kaylee Banting the Aboriginal award, academics and the Arts bursary, Kayla Slater the Bev McCrimmon Citizenship bursary and Timothy Gunville for trades and technology.  The Fred and Pearl Schwaga scholarships for two thousand dollars each went to Evan Kryschuk and Kaylee Banting.


Speakers praised the students in achieving their goals and advising them to be prepared to embrace change as they move forward.


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