Scholarships for three Surrey students

Fourteen such scholarships are awarded annually to secondary and post-secondary students throughout the province.

  • Aug. 29, 2013 6:00 p.m.

Surrey students Emily Potusek, Prem Sai Ramani and Konrad Sanderson have each won a 2013 education award from Envision Financial and are that much closer to achieving their educational dreams.

Fourteen such scholarships are awarded annually to secondary and post-secondary students throughout the province who are Envision member-owners and have demonstrated outstanding scholastic ability and exceptional community volunteer service.

This year Envision Financial also provided two $2,500 education awards to secondary and post-secondary students who showed outstanding community volunteerism with their local food bank.

Konrad Sanderson was one of the recipients.

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