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Volume 4 • No. 39 • 8 pages • CORNWALL, ON • September 3 septembre 2014
Local students receive bursaries Photos: Submitted pictures Two former Little Brothers, who are heading off to college, received bursaries that will help put a dent in their educational costs thanks to a local charitable organization. Mikael Brisebois and Patrick Atchison each received a generous bursary of $1,500 from local charity Rachel’s Kids. Mikael Brisebois has been a Little Brother with the Big Brothers Big Sisters One-to-One Mentoring program for six years. He was named Little Brother of the Year in 2012. Brisebois will be taking the Business Administration Program at La Cité in September. Patrick Atchison was matched in Big Brothers Big Sisters One-to-One Mentoring Program for 10 years. He had a very positive experience in the mentoring program and is now in the process of becoming a Big Brother himself. Atchison will be attending the Police Foundations Program at Algonquin College in Ottawa in September. Pictured are Atchison and Big Brother D’Arcy Grant..
Finding long lost connections
A bus pass for St. Lawrence students
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