The Royal Canadian Legion’s poppy campaign raised more than $104,000, with $13,500 allocated to the Youth Bursary program. The Royal Canadian Legion’s bursary recipients for 2018 are (front row from left) Isabelle Leslie, Madison Carr, Donald Stevens, (middle row) Madelaine Gregoire, Disa Bready, Emily Callander (Alan Calvert Scholarship Winner), Joseph Dulce, Hannah Gartside, Sarah Kedves and (back row) Russell Bennett. (Royal Canadian Legion photo)

Royal Canadian Legion provides student bursaries

10 students win bursaries following fundraising campaign

The Royal Canadian Legion’s Poppy Campaign had raised $104,290 by Dec. 31, with $13,500 being allocated to their Youth Bursary program.

Val Noyes, the Poppy Chair, thanked the community via a press release. “The generosity of this community is overwhelming,” she said. “We are looking forward to this year’s campaign and a big thank you to everyone.”

READ MORE: Royal Canadian Legion seeks poppy campaign volunteers

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