Graduate Kai Davies takes a selfie with his friends

Go grads

Caledonia Secondary School's Class of 2014 celebrates success

Another school year has come to a close, and with it a fresh crop of high school graduates are heading out into the world.

Caledonia Secondary School 2014 graduates and their families and friends gathered at Caledonia June 26 for this year’s ceremony and celebrations.

Below is a full list of this year’s awards recipients:

Dogwood District Awards

Forty-nine recipients, to be confirmed in September, received $1,000 Dogwood District Awards. Those recipients are: Jorden Bartel-Tinsley; Kezia Brinson; Mattea Broadway; Marissa Craveiro; Kai Davies; Sarah Delorme; Shae-Lyn DeSousa; Brielle Dorais Fleming; Michael Fredrickson; Cael Geier; Sasha Greene; Keel Haldane; Henry Hart; Matthew Hart; Erin Harvey; Jorden Hendry; Katie Hollett; Emma How; Kerissa Husoy; Sukhvir Jawanda; Kyle Jephson; Anna Juch; Katelyn Julseth; Reilly Kluss; Katie Kroeker; Linden Lechner; Morgan Lechner; Katarina Lewis; Graeme Linton; Nicole Mann; Jessica Monsen; Erin Moore; Leo Nast; Marleigh Owen; Parleen Pandher; Sarah Peden; Marjorie Robinson; Noreen Sandberg; Sarah Schuss; Rebecca Searle; Sarah Searle; Paige Senft; Courteney Smith; Amanda Stella; Kavneet Tut; Ethan Wiebe; Clarissa Wight; Anna Wilke; Sandra Yoo.

External Scholarships

Coast Mountain Administrators’ Association: Katie Hollett, $500; Health Science Association: Katarina Lewis, $1,000; University of Ottawa “French for the Future”: Reilly Kluss, $1,000; Unifor Local 2301 Ross Slezak Memorial: Morgan Lechner, $2,500.

Entrance Scholarships

College of the Rockies: Sarah Searle, $500; Columbia Bible College: Rebecca Searle, $1,000; Trinity  Western University: Benson McDaniel, $3,000; Sarah Schuss, $5,000.

University of Ottawa: Reilly Kluss, $8,000; University of Victoria: Emma How, $3,000; Sarah Delorme, $20,000; University of Northern British Columbia: Parleen Pandher, $24,000.

Local Scholarships

Karie Anderson: Allan Cameron Memorial Trades, $500; Northwest Community College Trades, $500

Kassidy Bannister: Old Age Pensioners’ Organization, Branch 73 (Happy Gang Centre), $500

Jorden Bartel-Tinsley: Skeena Valley Rotary Club, $500

Morgan Belanger: Junior and Mags Gingles, $1,000

Amy Bjorgaard: Caledonia Parent Advisory Council, $400

Christina Bjorkman: Terrace Public Library, $500

Nicole Booth:    Clarence Michiel Memorial, $300

Kezia Brinson: Terrace and District Community Services Society, $500

Mattea Broadway: Darshan Singh More Memorial, $500; Harris and Company, $200; Kinsmen Club—Laura Lee Memorial, $500

Bailey Brown: Angela M. Young Memorial, $500

Taylor Burnett: Northwest Education 88 Foundation—John and Ellen Bastin Memorial, $500

Marissa Craveiro: Skeena Valley Rotary Club—Renaud Fontaine Memorial, $500

Kai Davies: CityWest, $750; Nick Kollias, $600

Sarah Delorme: Hans and Eleanor Muehle Memorial, $2,500

Shae-Lyn DeSousa: Emil and Mary Froese Memorial, $500

Brielle Dorais Fleming: Canadian Parents for French, Terrace Chapter, $300; Howard Froese Memorial, $500; Marilyn and Andy Brodie, $500

Jordan Forten:    Kinsmen Club—Gordon Coulter Memorial, $500; Terrace and District Community Services Society, $500

Michael Fredrickson: Terrace Blueback Swim Club, $300; Terrace District Teachers’ Union, $700

Cael Geier: Terrace Bar Association, $1,000

Maisson Gill: Nick Kollias, $300

Sasha Greene: Kinsmen Club—Richard McDaniel Memorial, $750

Joshua Hahn: Shell LNG, $5,000

Keel Haldane: Northwest Loggers’ Association, $250; Terrace Youth Basketball Association, $500

Henry Hart: Terrace Timbermen Oldtimers Hockey Club, $750

Matthew Hart: Nick Kollias, $350; Robert Sheridan Memorial, $250

Jorden Hendry: Nick Kollias, $300; Terrace District Teachers’ Union, $700

Katie Hollett: Terrace District Teachers’ Union, $1,000

Emma How: Northern Savings Credit Union—George Viereck Memorial, $1,000

Rachel Husband: Skeena Cellulose, $500

Kerissa Husoy: Hans and Eleanor Muehle Memorial, $300; Old Age Pensioners’ Organization, Branch 73 (Happy Gang Centre), $500

Devon Jaakkola: Shell LNG, $5,000

Sukhvir Jawanda: Terrace Dentists, $1,000

Kyle Jephson: Hans and Eleanor Muehle Memorial, $800

Anna Juch: Caledonia Athletics, $500

Katelyn Julseth: Malo Family, $1,000

Drew Kenmuir: CUPE Local 2012, City of Terrace Employees, $300

Jaden Kluss: Duane Evanoff Memorial, $500; Northwest Community College Trades, $500

Reilly Kluss: Canadian Parents for French, Terrace Chapter, $250; Nick Kollias $800; Terrace Youth Soccer Association

—Gyorgy (George) Bujtas Memorial, $250

Katie Kroeker: Mt. Remo Backcountry Society, $500; Triton Environmental Consultants, $500

Linden Lechner: Rio Tinto Alcan, $1,000

Morgan Lechner: Terrace Rotary Club, $3,000

Taya Lepp: Royal Bank, $500

Katarina Lewis: Kinsmen Club—Dr. Victor Hawes Memorial, $750

Graeme Linton: Terrace Community Band, $1,000

Ryley Lopushinsky: RCMP, Terrace Detachment, $430

Nicole Mann: Caledonia Parent Advisory Council, $400; Terrace Pharmacists, $1,000

Rylie McClenaghan: Terrace Insurance Brokers $500; Benson McDaniel Northwest Education 88 Foundation

—Harold Cox Commemorative, $500

Meranda Milhomens: Terrace Medical Society, $1,500

Jessica Monsen: Hans and Eleanor Muehle Memorial, $800

Erin Moore: Alan M. McAlpine Memorial, $1,000

Leo Nast: CN Railway Pacific District North, $500; Frank Morris Memorial, $450

Marleigh Owen: Horizon Dental, $1,500; Pita Pit $1,000

Parleen Pandher: Caledonia Endowment, $2,600

Sarah Peden: Dudley Little Memorial, $250; Terrace Youth Soccer Association—Gyorgy (George) Bujtas Memorial $250

Brittany Perkins: CUPE Local 2012, City of Terrace Employees, $300

Denika Pollard: Terrace Insurance Brokers, $500

Marissa Printz: Terrace and District Community Services Society, $500

Giuliana Reniero: Vanderhoof and District Co-operative Association, $800

Marjorie Robinson: Terrace Public Library, $500

Luke Sabal: Terrace Downtown Lions Club, $500

Noreen Sandberg: City of Terrace Freemen, $500

Sarah Schuss: Terrace and District Credit Union Legacy, $1,000

Steven Schuss: Richard and Paul King Memorial, $500; Terrace Youth Soccer Association—Gyorgy (George) Bujtas Memorial $250

Rebecca Searle: Caledonia Parent Advisory Council, $500

Sarah Searle: Tentanda Via, $750

Matthew Simpson: Caledonia, $400

Courteney Smith: Darshan Singh More Memorial, $500; Terrace Downtown Lions Club, $500

Brodie Soares: Enbridge Northern Gateway, $2,500

Amanda Stella: Terrace and District Arts Council, $1,000

Austin Turner: Nick Kollias, $300; Terrace Minor Hockey Association—Larry Swanson Memorial $500

Kavneet Tut: West Fraser Timber Company—Walter Yeo Memorial, $700

Luke Whitaker: Nick Kollias, $350; Terrace Youth Soccer Association—Gyorgy (George) Bujtas Memorial, $250

Ethan Wiebe: Terrace Medical Society, $1,500

Clarissa Wight: Kitsumkalum Farmers’ Institute Legacy, $500

Anna Wilke: Les Watmough Memorial, $500

Lateesha Wriglesworth: Vijaya Hedberg, $400

Kim Wypych: Terrace Real Estate Company, $1,000

Sandra Yoo: Canadian Parents for French, Terrace Chapter, $1,000

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