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SHHS Valedictory Address By Jillianne Sutian Good afternoon Reverend Fathers and Sisters, teachers, family, friends, school board members, honoured guests, and to my fellow graduates. I am honoured to speak on behalf of the Sacred Heart High School graduating class of 2020. Graduating high school is a milestone that means so much more than academics. It is a transition point between the end of our childhood and the start of our adulthood, the beginning of a new chapter of life. As we atypically gather here today, we must take a few moments to reflect on the journey we took to get here. I wish I was able to hear your reactions, to see you all, and to just share a space. I know this isn’t the graduation you envisioned yourself attending. But here we are. It’s been and continues to truly be a wild ride, but we’ve made it. Yes, we had it rough. It was our last year of high school, and because of a virus, we didn’t even realize our final days were soon. We may have lost several coming-of-age moments, but our journey isn’t over yet. We’ll certainly have these moments eventually. Now, I ask you to take a trip back with me. The year is 2016. We walked into Sacred Heart feeling nervous, yet excited. We had trouble finding our classes in a two hallway building. We had our teachers scare us about how difficult high school is going to be. And they more or less gave us advice like “stay right” or else we’ll end up like Mufasa from The Lion King . From that day, little did we know that we were about to start what probably would have been the most memorable four years of our lives. We weren’t just taught and then tested.

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We didn’t just pass or fail, and then the whole cycle repeats. Throughout our four years, we learned how to ask for help, we learned how to cry, how to laugh. We learned what was important to us. We even learned how to write a ten page essay overnight. Above all, we Jillianne Sutian learned how to make friends. Some friends would last a lifetime, while others would last no more than a semester. But with those friends came memories. I can tell you now that my most valuable school experiences weren’t academic. They were all about people: gaining social skills, respect, self-worth, empathy, and realizing your own potential. And this is coming from someone who gets anxious when talking to others. As we continue to gain new opportunities as we advance in life, we must recognize the stepping stones we had to get here. To our parents, we thank you for supporting us through everything we have done. I know we, as teens, don’t show how grateful we are enough, but I’m telling you right now, we truly are. You have taught us so much. You drove us everywhere for sixteen or more years, dealt with our crazy high school emotions, and acted as our biggest cheerleaders, encouraging us from day one. You have always been there to celebrate our accomplishments with us, and Continued on Page 3

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Continued from Page 2 you were also our shoulder to lean on during our stressful times. We thank you for allowing us to experiment and try new things, even though you don’t always agree with them. Sometimes we may fail, struggle, and fall short, but thank you for allowing us to grow independently. If not for your limitless amount of love and sacrifices, we would not be where we are today. No matter how far apart we may be, just know that we will always need your guidance. We look up to you and will always love you. To the teachers and staff of Sacred Heart High School, we thank you. Because of you, we have learned many lessons such as the importance of hard work and perseverance. Though many of us may be heading in separate directions, these lessons serve as the foundation for who we are. We have learned many of these lifelong lessons from you. From Mr. Grela, we’ve learned that it’s okay to waste time by talking about wasting time. From Mrs. Tratch, we’ve learned that it’s fun to trick people using psychology. From Mr. Digout, we’ve learned that if you want attention, you must clear your throat very intensely. The many bits of advice that you all have given us won’t be forgotten, but despite what you may tell us, it’s possible to procrastinate the night before a final and still get a decent mark. But most importantly, other than giving us advice, you gave us someone to talk to. You have given us your patience and support, even though you say there are no ‘dumb’ questions. We thank you for being there. You’ve made this school, this community, our second home. Our second family. We have each joined teams and clubs, watched

games and plays, participated in SRC activities, and more. All of these things were only possible because of you. Finally, to my fellow graduates, thank you. Thank you to both those I’ve known for years and to those I’ve just met this year, but wish I’d known for so much longer. Although this chapter of our lives may be coming to a close, I know that we have been prepared for what is yet to come. We need to take pride in what we have fulfilled already, but also in what we have yet to fulfill. I know that we will do grand things with the rest of our lives that we cannot fathom yet. We kept going, from extra-curricular activities getting cancelled, to the rest of the year being cancelled completely. And now in this strange situation, with just me on this screen of yours, and you in your own homes, scattered far away from all the friends you expected to be with on this important day, we have become high school graduates. We had a very emotional grade twelve year filled with success, joy, heartbreak, and despair. Together, we coped and fought through our stresses, and these troubles became our best mentor. In our own way, we were there for each other. It’s also important to know that no matter what illness, hardship, or circumstance lies in front of us, with faith in God and ourselves, we can achieve anything. Ever since school got cancelled unexpectedly, I’ve realized that I have wasted so many opportunities I had in the past. I missed all the chances to gain new experiences. I missed all the times where I could’ve helped someone. I missed all the moments I could’ve been laughContinued on Page 4

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VALEDICTORY Continued from Page 3 ing with my friends. Living in a society where we are constantly busy, we get so caught up in our future that we forget what’s right in front of us. We lose sight of the things that bring us true joy in the present. We forget how happy, strong, fulfilled, excited, and how alive we are at the moment. I know you think I got it all figured out. Truth is, I don’t. We all anxiously anticipate things we yearn to happen. We ask ourselves things like “When am I getting accepted into university?” or “When is Mr. DePape going to stop drinking Coke?”. It’s not a bad thing to think ahead, but many of us tend to focus too much on the future. I urge you to ditch this mindset that has

ruled so many of our experiences. Savour the present going through the beautiful and terrible moments of life with faith, hope, and love. Cherish each other, treasure every moment you have. Spend however much time you need figuring out what you really want. You don’t need to have all the answers right now. It’s probably better if you don’t. The world will change you in ways you would never expect. Let that help you grow. As we go forward in our lives, whether we are heading to a trade school, a university or simply wherever the wind takes us, remember to do so with an open mind and a full heart. It has been a bittersweet journey. Be ready for whatever the world throws at you and keep going. Thank you, and God bless you all.

SHHS Subject Winners • Proficiency, Savannah Guy • Active Living & Fitness Leadership 30, Raya Cuthill • Animation 30, Riley Ooi • Art - Visual 30, Kaitlynn Ostapovitch, Mckenna Omiecinski • Band 30, Alexis Popowich • Biology 30, donated in Honor of Sister Valerie Krochenski, Sister Servants of Mary Immaculate, donated by Sister Christina Syrotysnsky, SSMI, Rylan Bahrey • CAD-Computer Assisted Drafting 30, Carter Halliday • Calculus 30AP, Savannah Guy • Calculus 30, Hailey Dooley • Pre-Calculus 30AP, Julia Glodoveza

• Pre-Calculus 30, John Fernandez, Leah Jones • Foundations of Mathematics 30, donated by Mr. Condrad Rodney, Dekea Ryczak, Kira Bouvier • Career and Work Explorations B38, Cianna Litwin • Chemistry 30, Jillianne Sutian • Choral 30, Jada Brazeau • Catholic Studies 30, donated by Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Saskatoon - Most Reverend Bishop Bryan Bayda, Jada Maduck • Education Chrétienne 30, donated by Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Saskatoon Most Reverend Bishop Bryan Bayda, Sophie Anderson Continued on Page 5

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Continued from Page 4 • Commercial Cooking 30, Drake Myrowich, Honeygerald Domanillo • Communications Media 30, Hannah Sevilla • Computer Science 30, Alvin Aromin • Construction and Carpentry 30A, donated by Myrowich Home Hardware Building Centre, Garrat Lutz • Cosmetology 30, donated by Springside Hair Shoppe, Kaylee Pelly • Drama 30, Madeline Baker, Camryn Danchilla • English Language Arts A30, Brielle Flundra, Andriy Usan • English Language Arts B30, Dezire Vehnon • French Immersion 30, Jenna Bryksa • History 30, donated by Ukrainian Catholic Mission, Teighan Davis

• Science Sociales Immersion 30, Grace Malinowski • Law 30, Kiah Simpson • Life Skills 38, Thunder Redwood • Physical Education 30, donated by Mr. Mike Matich, Austin Beyko, Katelyn Smuk • Physics 30, Calina Tolentino • Practical Applied Arts Survey 30, donated by Premier Cabinets, Brett Madsen • Psychology 30, Kyra Fogg • Rock Band 30, (Channel 22), Morgan Rohatynsky • Soccer 30l, Tea Rohatensky • Welding A30, donated by Praxair , Logan Rohatensky • Welding B30, donated by Praxair, Braydon Wasylyniuk

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SCHOLARSHIPS Continued from Page 5 • Gary Voinorosky Memorial Scholarship Sponsored by: Yorkton Minor Hockey Assoc., Peyton Shewchuk • Gulak Memorial Scholarship c/o Christ the Teacher R.C.S.School Div. #212, Kiah Simpson • Kalyna Dance School Scholarship, Leah Jones • Kalyna Dance School Scholarship, Brett Madsen • Kinsmen Club of Yorkton, Terry Ferguson Memorial Scholarship, Jada Brazeau • Kinsmen Club Scholarship, Rylan Bahrey • Knights of Columbus Council No. 2031 Scholarship, Julia Glodoveza • Knights of Columbus Council No. 2031 Scholarship, Jairus Pellatt • Knights of Columbus Father Delaere Council No. 5182 Scholarship, Tea Rohatensky • Knights of Columbus Father Delaere Council No. 5182 Scholarship, Jenna Bryksa • Knights of Columbus Father Delaere Council No. 5182 Scholarship, Logan Rohatensky • Leon and Pauline Malinowski Memorial Fine Arts Scholarship, Sophie Anderson • Leon and Pauline Malinowski Memorial Engineering & Design Scholarship, Logan Rohatensky • Les & Phyllis Sherring Memorial Scholarship, c/o Bryce Sherring and Adelle Sherring, Rylan Bahrey • Martyn Lloyd Warburton Scholarship, Kyra Fogg • Parkland Dance Festival Graduation Award, Madeline Baker

• Parkland Dance Festival Graduation Award, Morgan Rohatynsky • Photography by Mitch, Dekea Ryczak • Rick Andrusyk Memorial Scholarship, Marc Soriano • Royal Canadian Legion, General Alexander Ross Branch No. 77 Bursaries, Hailey Dooley • Royal Canadian Legion, General Alexander Ross Branch No. 77 Bursaries, Brielle Flundra • Royal Canadian Legion, General Alexander Ross Branch No. 77 Bursaries, Kazzden Haas • Royal Canadian Legion, General Alexander Ross Branch No. 77 Bursaries, Alexis Popowich • Sacred Heart High School Alumni Association Scholarship, Camryn Danchilla • Sacred Heart High School Drama Club Scholarship Sponsored by GX94 and The Fox, Savannah Guy • Sacred Heart High School Drama Club Scholarship Sponsored by GX94 and The Fox, Rylan Bahrey • Sacred Heart High School Student Representative Council Achievement Scholarship, Savannah Guy • Sacred Heart High School Student Representative Council Achievement Scholarship, Rylan Bahrey • Saskatchewan Health Authority Dr. and Mrs. Borys Tolczynski Memorial Fund Scholarship, Calina Tolentino • Saskatchewan Youth Apprenticeship, EECOL Electric-Jim Sinneave Scholarship, Brett Madsen • S.I.G.N. - J. Elton Davidge Memorial Scholarship c/o Mr. Andrew Sedley, Teighan Davis Continued on Page 7

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SCHOLARSHIPS Continued from Page 6 • Sister Donna Sacred Heart Spirit Award, Morgan Rohatynsky • Sister Servants of Mary Immaculate Scholarship, Peyton Shewchuk • Springside and District Lions Club, Alexis Popowich • St. Gerard’s Catholic Women’s League Scholarship, Madeline Baker • St. Gerard’s Catholic Women’s League Scholarship, Savannah Guy • St. Gerard’s Parish Council Scholarship, Julia Glodoveza • St. Gerard’s Parish Council Scholarship, Hannah Sevilla • St. Joseph’s College Alumni Scholarship, Grace Malinowski • Ukrainian Catholic Brotherhood Scholarship, St. Mary’s Ukrainian Catholic Church, Tea Rohatensky • St. Mary’s Ukrainian Catholic Women’s League Scholarship, St. Mary’s Ukrainian Catholic Church, Jenna Bryksa • St. Mary’s Ukrainian Catholic Women’s League Scholarship, St. Mary’s Ukrainian Catholic Church, Logan Rohatensky

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YRHS Valedictory Address By Maggie Robertson Hello YRHS Graduates, teachers, and families. My name is Maggie Robertson, Valedictorian of the class of 2020. I want to share a few lessons and ideas that I have been trying to instill in my life during these crazy and changeable times. For starters, be brave. Be courageous enough to chase your ambitions, search for yourself, be inspired, and speak up against injustice. As Vincent Van Gogh once said, “what would life be if we had no courage to attempt anything?” So, I encourage you to take opportunities, even if it scares you. Learn every day. Exercise your mind, think, dream. Make yourself do things you wouldn’t usually do- make a routine, break it and make a new one. Be human, be present. Laugh and share your laughter. Look back and smile at the things you’ve done. Be proud of the things you have achieved. Notice your growth through the years, and be grateful for the people who have helped you along the way. Acknowledge those who have inspired you and made you better. Remember, for the first time in a long time,

the world is slowing down. We now have more time to spend with our families, to reflect on our lives, and to create. I invite you to embrace your time in isolation- study your craft, practice your passions, prepare for the future. But also, take time to rest. Maggie Robertson Let this experience change you for the better- Let it transform your perspective on life, how you appreciate your surroundings, and how you view yourself. Then, be hopeful for what’s to come. Remember, that growing up is about discovering who you want to be, not what you want to be. Know that you cannot be defined by a single word or job title. And don’t worry, you don’t need to know where to start. All you Continued on Page 15

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Continued from Page 14 need to do is begin, and your path will open itself up to you. In the end, the opportunities for your life are infinite, which is both marvellous and terrifying. It takes an incredible amount of courage to choose something- to completely commit your time and effort into an unknown pathway. But, as a generation, we have shown resilience in tough situations. We care about injustice and are willing to take action and accountability. Despite everything, we continue on, we adapt, and we speak up. Because of our families, friends, teachers, and experiences, we are well equipped for the future. We are ready to take on opportunities with courage, determination, and hope. Class of 2020, in our four years we have survived 1 pandemic, completed 3 Mario Kart

Races, sold 5 magazines, did 10 pretty cool science experiments, created 12 formal outlines, attended 25 RCR events, skipped 35 RCR events, written 150 math tests, ran 400 laps, played a thousand wrong notes, drawn 20 000 doodles, travelled 40 000 km for sports, and made 2.5 million trips to Tims... And, we got through it, creating lasting friendships and extraordinary memories along the way. So, on behalf of the class of 2020, I want to praise and thank our teachers and families for their continued support in our journey as young adults and our exploration of who we are and who we want to become. Your advice, lessons, and words of encouragement helped shape us as people. For that, we can never thank you enough. Thank you for your time and congratulations to all of my graduating peers.

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1. Lerif Patzer Academic Memorial Scholarships - $3,000 in total These awards were established by, and in memory of, Mr. Lerif Patzer of Pasadena, California. Born and raised in Yorkton, Mr. Patzer shared a dream with his brother Mr. Edwin Patzer to become lawyers after WW II. Edwin was killed in action, and Lerif went on alone to law school, eventually attaining the position as Manager of Legal Claims for Great West Life Assurance Co. in Los Angeles. In 1998, when the YRHS Marching 100 bid to participate in the Tournament of Roses Parade, Lerif provided financial support. Lerif’s kindness has allowed him to again provide financial support for years

to come to students of the YRHS through his generous endowment of over $50,000. These scholarships are $500 each and are presented to the student who has the highest average in specific courses. The student must be continuing his/her education at the postsecondary level. The recipient for the highest average in Grade 12 sciences with marks of 100% in Chemistry 30, 99% in Biology 30 and 95% in Physics 30 is CONNOR WATRYCH. With the highest average in AP ELA A30 of 97% and AP ELA B30 at 95% is MAGGIE ROBERTSON. Continued on Page 16

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AWARDS Continued from Page 15 MAGGIE will also receive the Ruth Jolson Medal for English given in memory of former YRHS English teacher Ruth Jolson. With a high overall average of 97% in 2 or more Fine Arts classes is ABBY FICHTNER. The recipient for Practical and Applied Arts in the Business and Computer Technology area based on nominations and chosen by the PAA teachers according to a high academic standing is CHRISTOPHER EDEL. The recipient for Practical and Applied Arts in the Technical and Trades area based on nominations and chosen by the PAA teachers according to a high academic standing is BURKE SEBASTIAN. And the final recipient showing excellence in skill and attitude in Physical Education 30 is TYLER BUENNEKE.

she will major in Radiologic Technology. Riley is attending the University of Regina pursuing a Kinesiology and Education degree where he has accepted a full Athletic Scholarship to play for the Regina Rams Football team. Jessica will be attending the University of Saskatchewan studying Business.

2. Lerif Patzer “Are You Raider Enough” Scholarships - $2,500 in total The recipients of the Lerif Patzer Are You Raider Enough scholarships are nominated and chosen by his or her teachers. This student has worked to his or her potential, has shown a desire to improve and to excel and has contributed positively to create a safe learning atmosphere. This student is respectful of teachers and peers and celebrates and recognizes the differences and achievements of all Raiders. This student truly lives the Raider Statement of Beliefs and Values and is a proud member of The Family of Raiders. These scholarships are also $500 each. For Humanities – KENNEDY KOSHMAN For PAA Business – JOSHUA HAZKEWICZ For PAA Trades – BIANCA RAML For Phys Ed – RILEY RICHARDS For Math/Science – JESSICA LAUBE

Reanna will be studying Pre-med at the University of Saskatchewan where she has received a $3000 Entrance Scholarship.

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3. The Morrison-Christopherson Scholarship - $1,500 This scholarship was established by Nancy Morrison in memory of her mother, Jessie Christopherson, who taught at Burke School and her father, William H. Morrison, a lawyer for over 55 years in Yorkton and a member of the School Board of the Yorkton Collegiate Institute. The scholarship is to honor their love of and commitment to education. It is available to a student who shows general proficiency and who plans post-secondary education at a public institution. The winner is REANNA PRYCHAK.

4. The Susan Harper Memorial Scholarship - $1,500 This scholarship is given to a student who is planning to enroll in a Registered Nurses training program. The winner is ALEXIS REPSCH. Alexis is attending the University of Calgary’s nursing program.

5. Rusnak, Balacko, Kachur & Rusnak Law Scholarship - $1,250 This scholarship is presented to a student of high academic standing who has completed the Grade 12 Law class. The student must be continuing with post-secondary education. EMMA MONEY is the winner. Emma is studying Human Justice at the University of Regina where she has received an Entrance Scholarship of $3000.

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AWARDS Continued from Page 16 6. The Hopkins Bursary - $1,000 each This Bursary is to recognize the help offered to the early European settlers in this area by the First Nations people. This year the two students of First Nations origin receiving the Bursary are JAIDEN ADAMS AND PAIGE CAMPEAU. y l r f

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7. The Ethel and John Propp Music Scholarship - $1,000 This scholarship is awarded to a band and/ or choir student who has shown dedication, diligence, commitment and cooperation in both attitude and participation in the music program, and who is continuing with post-secondary education. The winner is MAGGIE ROBERTSON. Maggie is attending the University of Regina where she will be studying Media, Arts and Performance and where she has received a $3000 Entrance Scholarship.

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9. Dr. Borys Tolczynski Memorial Fund Scholarship - $1,000 This award goes to a deserving graduate who is

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10. The William Andrew Bobyk Memorial Scholarship - $1,000 This scholarship was established by the Bobyk family in honor of the late William Bobyk and is presented to a student who is pursuing postsecondary training in an agriculture field. The winner is LEE ANN TOMA. Lee Anne is attending the University of Saskatchewan Parkland Campus where she will study Animal Bioscience.

11. The Heather Laxdal Memorial S.R.C. Bursary - $1,000 This bursary is given to a Grade 12 student who has gone above and beyond the call of his or her office over the course of the school year striving to maintain and better the level of school spirit and enthusiasm. This year the scholarship will be shared by MAISY WHEELER AND CONNOR WATRYCH. 12. The Saskatchewan Youth Apprenticeship (SYA) Industry Scholarship - $1,000*** The Saskatchewan Youth Apprenticeship Scholarships are being awarded to Saskatchewan students who have completed the Saskatchewan Youth Apprenticeship Program. The recipient must be pursuing a career in the skilled trades. The selected winner is TY LOWEN. Ty will be apprenticing at Yorkton Aircraft Services in Maintenance.

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AWARDS Continued from Page 17 13. The Cornerstone Credit Union Scholarship - $1000 This scholarship is presented to a student with a strong average pursuing a post-secondary education. Students must apply for this scholarship. The Cornerstone Credit Union has chosen JOHNTEE OSTAPOWICH. 14. The Jackie Adam Memorial Scholarship -$800 This award is presented to a student who attended Saltcoats School. This student must have worked to his/her potential and plans to continue with post-secondary education. Winning this award is MYA LAUER as the worthy recipient. Mya will be attending the University of Saskatchewan where she will be pursuing a degree in Fine Arts.

15. The General Alexander Ross Branch #77 Bursaries - $750 each** These bursaries are presented to Grade 12 students who are the children or grandchildren of a veteran and who plan to continue their education. Students must apply for these bursaries. There are four recipients are SARAH NELSON, NICHOLAS NESSETH, JOHNTEE OSTAPOVICH, AND BRODEN BILOKRELI. 16. The Good Spirit Teachers Association Scholarships - $750 each** These scholarships are awarded to Grade 12 students who are continuing with post-secondary studies leading to appropriate qualifications in the teaching profession. Students must apply for this award. The successful applicants are AMBER SMITH AND BAILEY HUBIC. Amber is attending the College of Education at the University of Regina where she will major in Biology. She has also received a $3000 Entrance Scholarship. Bailey will be attending the University of Saskatchewan

where she has been accepted into a new dual Education/ Kinesiology degree program. She has received an Entrance Scholarship of $1000.

17. The Western Inspirational Award - $750 This award sponsored by the Western Financial Group is not necessarily for high academic achievement, rather it is to recognize a student who has overcome adversity, displayed outstanding community and/or school spirit as an organizer and/or participant and who has demonstrated inspirational conduct. The recipient is chosen from staff nominations. The winner is HAYDN HERMAN. Haydn will be attending the University of Regina majoring in English and eventually applying to the College of Education.

18. The Art Bilous Memorial Scholarship $500 This scholarship goes to a deserving student with a high academic average who intends to continue his or her education in Agriculture. The winner is LEE ANN TOMA 19. The Dave McVey Memorial Scholarship - $500 This scholarship is awarded to a student with a high average in History 30 in former YRHS history teacher Dave McVeyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s name. Mr. McVey was well known for his many sayings, loud voice and ability to make history come alive resulting in many former students remembering him fondly. REANNA PRYCHAK is the worthy recipient. 20. The Ted Wlock Math Scholarship - $500 This scholarship named in honour of former YRHS math teacher Ted Wlock is presented to a student who has excelled in math. The recipient is BRAD HESKIN. Brad will be attending the University of Saskatchewan College of Arts and Sciences majoring in Philosophy and Political Science with plans of eventually entering the College

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Flying Officer Edwin Patzer, to perpetuate the memory of the young pilot who was killed in action in February 1945. He was also a former defensive star with the Yorkton Terriers Hockey Club playing with the team from 1940 to 1942. These scholarships are awarded to deserving students to recognize excellence in the areas of athletics, academics, visual or performing arts, student representative council or technical education. The students must be continuing formal education at a recognized post-secondary institution. The winners are MAGGIE ROBERTSON, CONNOR WATRYCH AND SEAN EASTON. 25.The Kinsmen Club of Yorkton Proficiency Scholarships â&#x20AC;&#x201C; $500 each This is the 70th year for these awards which are presented for high academic achievement and proficiency in extra-curricular activities. Our winners have good academic records and have contributed much to the extra-curricular programs of our school and community through volunteer work. The recipients are EMMA PARKVOID, HANNAH ADAM, CHRISTOPHER EDEL AND CHARLM ESCALERA. Hannah will be attending Sask Polytech Medical Radiologic Technology Program, Saskatoon Campus this fall. She is 1 of 20 accepted to this program this year. Christopher will be attending Carleton University studying Aerospace Engineering where he has received a $4000 Entrance Scholarship.

26. The C.J. Houston S.R.C. Memorial Scholarship - $500 This scholarship is offered to a Grade 12 student who shows proficiency and who is planning post-secondary education. The recipient is PAIGE SHIRTLIFFE.

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Paige will be attending the Edwards School of Business at the University of Saskatchewan where she has received an Entrance Scholarship of $1000.

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AWARDS Continued from Page 19 27. Photography by Mitch Award - $500 This award goes to a student with the most creative and innovative mind in the Visual Arts area. In the famous words of the late Albert Einstein â&#x20AC;&#x153;Imagination is more important than knowledge itself.â&#x20AC;? The recipient is MYA LAUER. 28. The United Commercial Travellers #578 Scholarship - $500 This scholarship is offered to a student who shows general proficiency and who is planning post-secondary education. The recipient is YEJI (MICHAYLA) JUNG. 29. The Associated Canadian Travellers Scholarship - $500 This scholarship is presented to a student of high standing who is planning post-secondary education in a human health field. The winner is KARYLLE ROMULO. Karylle is attending the University of Saskatchewan Parkland College Campus to study Sciences, Microbiology and Immunology where she he has received a $1000 Entrance Scholarship.

30. Yorkton B.P.O. Elks Lodge #392 Scholarship - $500 This scholarship is given to a worthy student who will be furthering his or her post-secondary education. The winner is KAMRY LUTZ. Kamry is attending the College of Commerce at the University of Saskatchewan Parkland College Campus where she has received a $2000 Entrance Scholarship.

31. The Doreen Berrns Memorial Scholarship - $500* This scholarship is sponsored by the Springside and District Lions Club and is presented to a Grade XII student from the Springside District. The recipient must be planning to enroll in some academic, vocational or technical program

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32. The Yorkton Lions Club Technical Scholarship - $500 This scholarship is awarded to a student who has displayed proficiency in the technical areas, and who plans to pursue further education in a technical field at a recognized post-secondary institution. Our recipient is JUSTIN FATTEICHER. Justin will be attending Sask Polytech Moose Jaw studying Engineering design and Drafting Technology.

33. The Yorkton Lions Club Academic Scholarship - $500 This award is given to a Grade 12 student with a high academic record who plans to pursue post-secondary education. The winner is NICHOLAS NESSETH. 34. The Yorkton Lions Club Leadership Award - $500 This award is given to a student who shows outstanding leadership qualities in at least one of these areas: Student Representative Council, a Fine Arts production, or a major sport. This winner must hold a good academic record and must display excellent leadership qualities. The recipient is CONNOR WATRYCH. Connor is attending the University of Alberta where he will study Biochem in their honours program. He has received a $5000 Entrance Scholarship that is renewable every year. Conner is also a Loran Scholar winner which is worth $100,000 of academic support and mentorship over a 4-year period. He is 1 of 36 from over 5000 applicants in Canada to receive this award. Continued on Page 21

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40. Father Delaere Council #5182 Knights of Columbus Bursary - $500 This bursary is awarded to a graduate for General Proficiency and is to be used for educational purposes. Our winner has an excellent record and plans to continue her studies in the fall. NICHOLAS NESSETH would you please come forward.

Tanner will be attending the Edwards School of Business at the University of Saskatchewan.

Nicholas will be attending the University of Saskatchewan where he will be studying Business. He has also received Yorkton United FC’s Academic Scholarship of $500.

37. Jostens Yearbook Scholarship -$500 This award is presented to an outstanding member of the Yearbook team. This year the award will be shared by the two editors JAILYN ROSS AND AMIRAH BOURINI.

41. The Hamilton NICU Memorial Scholarship - $500 This scholarship is awarded to someone who will pursue their further education in the field of nursing. BRYN JARVIS is the recipient.

Jaylin is attending the University of Regina where she is enrolled in the College of Education for Elementary Education.

Brynn will be attending the University of Saskatchewan studying in the Sciences and the Nursing program. Bryn has received the Walker Wood Foundation Scholarship for $2000.

38. J. Elton Davidge Scholarship - $500* This scholarship goes to a Grade XII student from the City of Yorkton who plans to pursue post- secondary education. Academic standing will be a consideration, however, the student’s community participation will be a main focus. Students must apply for this scholarship. The successful recipient is JACE HANSEN.

42. The Good Spirit School Division Scholarship - $400 The Good Spirit School Division offers an annual scholarship to the top graduating student in each of the GSSD grade twelve classes. The YRHS top academic graduate is MAGGIE ROBERSTON.

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shown a strong academic background, an interest in pursuing business studies post-graduation, and who is involved in the community exemplifying leadership qualities. JESSICA FARQUHARSON is the worthy recipient.

39. The Hamilton Business Excellence Scholarship - $500 This award is given to a student who has

Maggie has also received a University of Regina Scholarship for $1350 for Media, Art, and Performance in Theatre.

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AWARDS Continued from Page 21 purposes. Our winners have strong academic records and both plan to continue their studies this fall. Students must be a son or daughter of a Knight and/or a member of the Parish. The students who meet these criteria are MAGGIE ROBERTSON AND MA.SOFHIA DIAZ. Aubrei will be attending the University of Saskatchewan Parkland campus in the College of Arts and Sciences where she has received a $1000 Entrance Scholarship.

44. The George Skinner Memorial Scholarship - $350 This scholarship goes to a deserving student with a high academic record who is planning a post-secondary education. The deserving student is JOHNTEE OSTAPOWICH. Johntee is attending the University of Saskatchewan’s College of Engineering where he has received an Entrance Scholarship of $1000. Johntee has also accepted the SaskTel Gord Kuhn Scholarship of $1000.

45. The Morris Peterson Memorial Scholarship - $350 This scholarship is presented to a student who plans to continue his or her studies in the mechanics field as Mr. Peterson felt education was very important. He began his career in 1953 becoming a journeyman in 1957 and working at all the Chev garages in Yorkton mentoring many young people in the field until his retirement in 2015. Congratulations ISAIAH BERGEN. Isaiah is working with Deer Creek Services in Saltcoats where he will apprentice in Heavy Duty Mechanics.

46. The Yorkton Curling Club Scholarship $350**each This scholarship is awarded to an active member of the Yorkton Curling Club who is continuing with post-secondary training. Students must apply for this scholarship The winners

A are JESSICA FARQUHARSON AND BURKE SEBASTIAN. 47. Yorkton Collegiate Institute (1982) Scholarship - $300 This award is presented to a student who is planning his or her education at a post-secondary institution, and is recognized as having worked to his or her fullest potential. The recipient is KIRA RING. Kira is attending Lakeland College where she will study Environmental Sciences. She has also received the Best Buy Scholarship for $5000 and The Ted Rogers Boys and Girls Club Scholarship for $2500.

48. The Independent Order of Odd Fellows (I.O.O.F.) Yorkton Lodge No. 9 Scholarship - $300 The recipient of this scholarship must have a good academic record and must be continuing with further education. The winner is EMMA PARKVOLD. Emma is attending the Briercrest Kaleo Program in British Columbia.

49. Drs. Greg and Simon Haimanot Scholarship – $300 This scholarship is given to a student who is planning a career in any health-related field. The recipient is REANNA PRYCHAK. 50. The Captain Patrick Rushowick Memorial Bursary - $300 This bursary is awarded to a student who like Patrick, displayed kindness by being a friend to his/her peers or by providing a helping hand whenever needed. The recipient is JESSICA FARQUHARSON. Jessica will be attending the University of Saskatchewan’s Edwards School of Business where she has received a $3000 Entrance Scholarship.

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52. Dr. Bree Rogoza Health Science Scholarship - $300 This scholarship is for further studies in any Health Care field. The recipient is DYLAN MANGINO. Dylan is attending the University of Saskatchewan’s Nursing program.

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are important criteria, and students must apply for this scholarship. The successful candidate is ISAIAH BERGEN. 56. The Yorkton Masonic Lodge #12 Scholarship - $200 This scholarship is presented to a student with a strong academic standing. The winner is CHLOE MCPAKE. Chloe will be attending the University of Saskatchewan pursing her Education degree for Secondary Education where she has received an Entrance Scholarship of $500.

57. W. Ernest Quine Memorial Scholarships - $200 each These scholarships are presented to deserving students for academic success. The three recipients are MATTHEW BISHOP, BRODEN BILOKRELI, AND GREGOR FARQUHARSON. Broden will be studying Sciences at the University of Saskatchewan, Matthew has been accepted into Business at the University of Regina. Gregor will be studying Biology at Maryville State University of North Dakota. He will also be playing baseball at the University level.

58. Beta Sigma Phi Memorial Scholarship - $200 This scholarship is given to a student who has a high academic standing pursuing a fine art. The winner is TRYSTAN SULATYSKI. Trystan has applied to the University of Regina’s Music Department.

59. Order of the Eastern Star Scholarship - $200 This scholarship is awarded to a worthy Grade 12 student with a high academic record who plans to pursue his or her education at any postsecondary institution. The recipient is JESSICA FARQUHARSON. Continued on Page 24

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AWARDS Continued from Page 22 60. The Hot Rod Shop High Performance Award – with a $200 Gift Certificate This award is for a student who has shown a keen interest in restoration and/or performance modifications in the automotive field. The winner is LEELAN SCHURKO. 61. The Y.R.H.S. SRC Dedicated Student Scholarships - $200 each These students show dedication to school life by routinely working hard, showing diligence and responsibility both with their course work and with extra-curricular pursuits. The students must plan to continue his/her formal education at a recognized University, College, Vocational or Technical School. The recipients are PAIGE SHIRLIFFE, SEAN EASTON, AND TYLER BUENNEKE Tyler is attending the University of Saskatchewan majoring in Sciences where he has received a $1000 Entrance Scholarship. Sean will be attending the University of Saskatchewan’s Edwards School of Business where he has received a $2000 Entrance Scholarship.

62. Yorkton Aircraft Service Practical and Applied Arts Scholarship - $200 This scholarship is awarded to a student who displayed proficiency in the Practical and

Applied Arts areas. The student must be pursuing post-secondary education. The winner is BURKE SEBASTIAN. Burke is attending the College of Engineering at the University of Saskatchewan where he has received a $2000 Entrance Scholarship.

63. Yorkton This Week Scholarship - $150 This award is given to a worthy student who plans to pursue post-secondary studies. This year’s recipient is YEJI (MICHAYLA) JUNG. Yeji (Mikhayla) plans on attending UBC or Western University to study in the field of Biology.

64. The Rick Shussel Memorial Scholarship - $100 This scholarship is offered to a student who has displayed a positive attitude and helpful manner as recognized by both staff and students. The student must be continuing with post-secondary education. The recipient is HAYDN HERMAN. 65. Grace Henke Sutherland Memorial Prize - $100 plus a plaque This annual prize is awarded to a graduating student who has exhibited those exemplary characteristics, qualities and attitudes which enhance the life and work of the Regional. The recipient of the prize is KALEB KRAKOLOVICH. Kaleb plans on continuing his Education and eventually becoming an Educational Assistant.

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Congratulations

to the GRADS of 2020

2 - 464 Broadway Street East, Yorkton  Â&#x2039;UHKPUL'^HNULYZÃ&#x2026;VVYPUNJVT

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Graduation 2020 YRHS

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S Graduates of 2020!

Emma Tagawa

Kayla Takatch

Alexis Tamme

Abigail Thomas

Brayden Thompson

Lee-Anne Toma

Lexi Tran

KC Wayne Tumaob

Ryleigh Upshall

Zachary Wasylyshen

Connor Watrych

Spenser Welke

Jorden Wendell

Maisy Wheeler

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Although you were denied your “BIG DAY”, 2020 will be a graduation year that will be remembered forever. Stay strong, better days are ahead. FIRST STOP… GRADUATION. NEXT STEP… CONQUERING THE WORLD!

Congratulations on your graduation.

Locally Owned & Operated

226 Broadway St. W., Yorkton Phone: 306-783-9888 www.parklandcpap.ca Email: info@parklandcpap.ca


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Graduation 2020

to our 2020 Graduates

SACRED HEART HIGH SCHOOL

CHARLIZE AICHELE

DALLAS MUSQUA

KIRA BOUVIER

DRAKE MYROWICH

TEIGHAN DAVIS

KAITLYNN OSTAPOVITCH

JAIRUS PELLATT

YORKTON REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

TYLER BUENNEKE

CASSIDY LAKE FOOD STORE 30 Argyle St. 306-783-3601

MAKAYLA CHARTIER

JUSTIN FATTEICHER

JOSHUA KIDD

EVAN MATATALL

KIRA RING

MAISY WHEELER

LEGACY CO-OP ASSOCIATION AGRO CENTRE 180 Hamilton Road 306-782-2451

PALLISER WAY GAS BAR 110 Palliser Way 306-783-1910

www.legacyco-op.crs

BROADWAY GAS BAR 305 Broadway W. 306-783-5603

AGRO CENTRE Ebenezer 306-782-7434

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