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CFUW-Oakville announces Scholarship Winners: $27,500 for 2022
CFUW-Oakville announces the successful recipients of the University Women’s Club of Oakville Scholarship Fund awards for 2022. In a year of many challenges, CFUW-Oakville is pleased to announce scholarships of $27,500 in total to help local students with their educational journey. These young women were selected from the city’s publicly funded high schools, based on high academic achievement, outstanding community service, and demonstrated leadership.
We thank the CFUW members and their families and friends who have donated to the scholarship fund. We especially thank the families of Richard Garnett, Ruth Schatz, Lilian Fulford and Miriam White who sponsor named scholarships in memory of a loved one.
RICHARD GARNETT MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (2)
Eila O’Neil: Oakville Trafalgar
Karina Szalek: St. Ignatius of Loyola
LILIAN FULFORD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
Diya Shah: Garth Webb
RUTH SCHATZ MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
Emma Holmes: Garth Webb
JEAN MALCOLM SMITH AWARD
Alisha Ahmed: Abbey Park
MILDRED G. ALLWORTH AWARD
Noaf Qaqish: St. Ignatius of Loyola
SHIRLEY HENDERSON COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD
Sofie Guzman: St. Thomas Aquinas
Brenna Byrne: Iroquois Ridge
Emma Scoble: Oakville Trafalgar
CFUW-OAKVILLE UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE ENTRANCE AWARDS:
Elma Chowdhury Abbey Park
Jennifer Penman Herce T. A. Blakelock
Haaniya Ahmed Garth Webb
Alannah Nailah Isoke Aurelis Holy Trinity
Drew Warnock Iroquois Ridge
Sophie Galvan St. Ignatius of Loyola
Brooke Muzzatti Oakville Trafalgar
Emma Pascu St. Thomas Acquinas
Audrey Setaih White Oaks
Name Key (rows Left to Right)
Bottom Row: Alisha Ahmed, Sofia Guzman, Emma Holmes, Drew Warnock, Jennifer Penman Herce Middle Row: Haaniya Ahmed, Brooke Muzzatti, Elma Chowdhury, Emma Pascu, Sophie Galvan, Audrey Setaih Top Row: Karina Szalek, Alannah Aurelis, Emma Scoble, Diya Shah, Eila O’Neil, Noaf Qaqish, Brenna Byrne
CFUW-Oakville is a member of the Canadian Federation of University Women. The Oakville chapter was founded in 1949 and is a volunteer, non-partisan, non-profit, and self-funded organization. Members support life-long learning, fellowship and education for women and girls.