Spe­cial Awards

The Drumheller Mail - - NEWS -

Josiah and Rachel Fletcher won the Mary Wal­rod Memo­rial Tro­phy and MRC Mid­field Schol­ar­ship which is awarded to a com­peti­tor 18 years and un­der for re­ceiv­ing the highest av­er­age of all marks ob­tained in the fes­ti­val. Rachel Fletcher won the Drumheller Elks Club Schol­ar­ship for the most promis­ing stu­dent in solo in­stru­men­tal classes. The Se­nior A.T.A. Schol­ar­ship do­nated by the Al­berta Teach­ers’ As­so­ci­a­tion to en­cour­age stu­dents was given to Josiah Fletcher (Sr.). Re­becca Graf won the Holly Gwen Barnec Tro­phy and DDMFA Schol­ar­ship for a vo­cal­ist who, in the opin­ion of the ad­ju­di­ca­tor, shows the most prom­ise. Mor­gan Ewing won the Drumheller Ro­tary Club Schol­ar­ship which is awarded to the dance stu­dent who in the opin­ion of the ad­ju­di­ca­tor would most ben­e­fit from fur­ther train­ing. An­nika Lassen won the Mar­i­lyn Martin Ohlhauser Memo­rial Tro­phy and DDMFA Schol­ar­ship pre­sented to the ad­ju­di­ca­tors choice for the most promis­ing pi­anist. Emma Doyle won the UFA Schol­ar­ship which is awarded to the pi­ano stu­dent who, in the opin­ion of the ad­ju­di­ca­tor, would most ben­e­fit from fur­ther train­ing. Emilly Bertsch won the Nacmine Com­mu­nity As­so­ci­a­tion Schol­ar­ship for the vo­cal stu­dent who in the opin­ion of the ad­ju­di­ca­tor would most ben­e­fit from fur­ther train­ing. Kai Lassen won the Kins­men Schol­ar­ship for the in­stru­men­tal stu­dent who in the opin­ion of the ad­ju­di­ca­tor would ben­e­fit from fur­ther train­ing. Lorien Mon­ti­eth won the Florence Young Memo­rial Schol­ar­ship for a soloist who shows the most prom­ise in speech and mime classes.

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