RHDH Award Winners

Jamie Heap
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Complete List of Grads & Prizes

(From left) Class of 2013 graduates Kirkland Doncaster, Brandon McLellan and valedictorian David Quinn pose for a picture prior to Thursday night's graduation exercises at RHDH. Doncaster finished third, McLellan second and Quinn finished first.

Rebecca Brake (Oulton College-Veterinary Technician): River Hebert Village Commission bursary ($125); River Hebert Co-op bursary ($100); Cumberland South Liberal bursary ($100);Tanya Proctor RHDH Memorial Award ($150); Chignecto-Central Regional School Board Honours; Prom Committee Award

Brandon Burbine (Workforce): Joggins Fire Department bursary ($75)

Jamie Carmichael (Workforce):Joggins Fire Department bursary($75)  

Kirkland Doncaster (Mount Allison- B.Sc.): Joggins Legion #4 bursary ($100) ; Freemasons bursary: ($500); Joggins Fire Department bursary: ($75); Father Norman Sorge Award for highest mark in Global History ($55); Mount Allison entrance scholarship ($8,000 over 4 years); River Hebert Co-op bursary ($100); highest mark in Pre-Calculus ($50); 3rd place standing ($30); Joggins Fossil Institute Science Award; ($200); Ethel Fife & Phoebe Moran ($500); grade 12 Honours; Honours with Distinction; University of Toronto Book Award.

Shawn Eagles (Workforce):Joggins Fire Department bursary ($75)

Erica Glenn (Nova Scotia Community College-Continuing Care Assistant): Achievement Award ($20); Cumberland South Progressive Conservative Award ($100); Brine bursary($58); Johnson ($100) Student Council Appreciation Award

Cassidy Glennie (Mount Allison-Bachelor of Arts): River Hebert Legion Ladies Auxiliary #14 bursary ($200); River Hebert Village Commission bursary ($125); Proctor Family bursary ($100); Mount Allison entrance scholarship ($6,000 over 4 years); River Hebert Co-op bursary ($100); 4th place standing ($20);Dr. Cochrane bursary ($200) ; River Hebert Home &School bursary: ($100); Municipality of Cumberland County bursary ($500); grade 12 honours; Honours with Distinction;  French Honours; Prom Committee Award; and S.A.V.E. Appreciation Award

Eric McKinnon (Nova Scotia Community College-Plumbing): River Hebert Village Commission bursary ($125); River Hebert Fire Department bursary ($100); NSCC entrance scholarship ($2950); Dr. Ram Boodoosingh bursary ($200); Safe Graduation Appreciation Award and S.A.V.E. Appreciation Award

Brandon McLellan (St. Francis Xavier – B.Sc.): River Hebert Legion #14 bursary: ($200); Joggins Legion #4 Cadet bursary ($200); River Hebert Fire

Department bursary ($100);  Freemasons bursary ($500); Joggins Fire Department bursary ($75); Bernadette Berry Award for Artistic Merit ($50); River Hebert Co-op bursary ($100); Perfect Attendance ($10); St. Francis Xavier entrance scholarship ($4,000 over 4 years); Physics Award ($25); 2nd place standing ($40); Poly Cello bursary ($500); Ethel Fife & Phoebe Moran ($500);  Cheryl Wurster-Rhodes Mem. St. FX Bursary ($400); QE II Medal; Grade 12 Honours;  Honours with Distinction; French Honours; Yearbook Award; Student Council Award

Megan McLellan (Nova Scotia Community College-Continuing Care Assistant): Joggins Legion #4 bursary ($100); River Hebert FD bursary ($100); Joggins FD bursary ($75); River Hebert Co-op bursary ($100); S.A.V.E. Appreciation Award

Amanda Mollon (Eastern College –Criminology): African Nova Scotian Scholarship ($1800); Dr. Ram Boodoosingh bursary ($200); Tanya Proctor RHDH Memorial Award ($150); Nova Scotia Schools Athletic Federation (NSSAF) Exemplary Participation Award and Prom Committee Appreciation Award

David Quinn (St. Francis Xavier – B.Sc.): 1st place standing ($150); River Hebert Legion #14 bursary ($200); River Hebert Legion Ladies Auxiliary #14 ($200); River Hebert Village Commission bursary ($125); Credit Union bursary ($1000); Father Norman Sorge Award for highest mark in grade 12 academic English ($55);    Father Norman Sorge award for highest mark in Global History ($55);  Soccer Nova Scotia bursary ($500); Pengrowth Energy scholarship ($10,000 over 4 years); French Award ($25); St Francis Xavier entrance scholarship ($24,000 over 4 years); Perfect Attendance  Award ($10);  Jason Edwards scholarship ($1,000); Physics Award ($25); Grade 12 Honours;  Honours with Distinction;  French Honours; River Hebert Home & School Bursary ($100); Ethel Fife & Phoebe Moran ($500);  Governor General’s Academic Medal in Bronze; Safe Graduation Award ; Valedictorian Award & NSSAF Exemplary Participation Award

Cassandra Riley-Persad (Workforce):Joggins Fire Department bursary ($75)

Stephanie Stone (Nova Scotia Community College-Continuing Care Assistant): River Hebert Village Commission bursary ($125); River Hebert Fire Department bursary ($100) and the Gordon & Myrtle Grant Memorial Improvement Trophy

Dean Willigar (Workforce): Achievement Award ($20)

Paulie Willigar (Workforce): Achievement Award ($20)

 

 

Organizations: Nova Scotia Community College, Oulton College, Eastern College Fire Department River Hebert Village Commission Prom Committee River Hebert Co-op Student Council Nova Scotia Schools Athletic Federation Credit Union River Hebert Home School Bursary

Geographic location: River Hebert, Cumberland South, Chignecto Cumberland County

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  • David
    June 28, 2013 - 16:03

    Congratulations class of 2013,you all deserve a pat on the back with everything that is going on with our school. It is great to see you all did good for yourself's ,and you can get a good education even if the government won.t give you a good school!!!