Kylie Regier,  graduating student from King's Christian School,  is one of the recipients of the King’s College Bursaries this year. She is planning on attending UBCO to study nursing. 
Okanagan College students Blake Lewis and Austin Phillips pose with Rotarian Aaron Parker after receiving their Rotary Club of Salmon Arm scholarships. 
Ten students from King's Christian School, Salmon Arm Senior Secondary, and Okanagan College received a total of $14,250 from the Rotary Club of Salmon Arm.  Following are some thank you's the club received from the students: 
Beth Ralston: "I am very excited to continue my studies as I start my degree at Okanagan College in the Associate of Science program....Your generous donation will help me reach my goal of working in the applied sciences."
Austin Phillips: "It is an honour and a privilege to receive the Rotary scholarship.... I plan on pursuing a career in engineering and will be attending UBCO next fall. I cannot thank you enough."
Kylie Regier: "Your assistance will help me pursue my educational and career goals in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program at the University of BC in Kelowna this coming fall.  It is so appreciated!"
Blake Lewis: "My goal is to become a teacher and help children. Your generosity has helped me by allowing more of my time to go towards my studies rather than stressing over funds. I will be entering my third year of study at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops."
Claire Hall: " I am the recipient of the RC of Salmon Arm-Jim Scales Scholarship. ... Next year I will be going to Okanagan College to pursue an Associate of Arts degree. I am ready to take the next steps in my education, and your support is greatly appreciated."