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Westland breakfast supports scholarships

WINNIPEG – The Westland Foundation fundraising breakfast, in support of inner-Winnipeg scholarships, took place at the RBC Convention Centre on May 15, with guest speaker Mayor Brian Bowman.

The event highlighted Westland Scholars and high school students who are soon-to-be Westland Foundation Education Fund Scholarship recipients.

“It was great to attend and speak at today’s fundraising breakfast in support of the Westland Foundation’s Education Fund Scholarships,” said Mayor Brian Bowman. “We’re grateful for the Westland Foundation’s efforts toward supporting inner-Winnipeg students with scholarships to help them gain post-secondary education.”

The Westland Foundation annually holds a fundraising breakfast in support of inner-Winnipeg students’ scholarships. The Foundation’s ultimate goal is to provide every inner-Winnipeg student with a full post-secondary scholarship.

1 Kimberly Solis and scholars Westland Scholars 2
(L-R) Red River College Westland Scholars Kimberly Solis and Jessie Asuncion-Reyes, Westland Scholars’ Committee chairperson/2019 Breakfast emcee, Marilyn Camaclang, Adam Smoluk, Feven Dawit Asfaha (speaker), & Paul Vogt (President & CEO, Red River College)
The Westland scholars
Westland Scholars
Mayor Bowman and emcees Westland Scholars Jessie Asuncion Reyes and Stephanie Decena
The Westland scholars with Westland Foundation president, John Prystanski (4th from right)
Winnipeg Mayor Bowman and emcees, Westland Scholars Jessie Asuncion-Reyes and Stephanie Decena
Paul Vogt RRC John Prystanski with Mayor Brian Bowman
Paul Vogt, Red River College President & CEO
John Prystanski with Mayor Brian Bowman