VANIER SECONDARY STUDENT Emily Vossler with committee member Jennifer Scott-Hibbert.

Emily Vossler receives bursary

Emily Vossler has been awarded the Jean Kotcher Leadership Bursary, one of two awarded to graduating 2013 students.

Emily Vossler has been awarded the Jean Kotcher Leadership Bursary, one of two awarded to graduating 2013 students.

The Vanier Secondary School student has demonstrated leadership and active participation in service to her school and community and will attend university to pursue her goals.

The bursary was established in memory of Jean Kotcher by her family and members of the community who valued Jean’s exceptional contribution to her students and their parents, her colleagues and her friends.

The bursary is administered by School District 71.

Donations to the bursary can be made to the Jean Kotcher Leadership Bursary and forwarded to SD71, 607 Cumberland Rd., Courtenay, B.C. V9N 7G5.

— School District 71

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