Friday 14 December 2018
Recipients for the Waipawa Building Society Scholarship Trust for Central Hawke’s Bay residents have been announced for 2018.
The Waipawa Building Society Scholarship Trust was established in 1990 by the Waipawa County Permanent Building and Investment Society. As custodian trustee, the council is responsible for allocation of funds from the trust. The council is represented by Her Worship the Mayor, Councillor Ian Sharp and the Chief Executive along with representatives from the Waipawa Lions Club and the Waipukurau Rotary Club.
“The opportunity to support our local young people to Thrive gives me great pride“, says Mayor Alex Walker. “Like years previous, this year’s successful applicants are very worthy recipients and we wish them all the very best in their studies and hope to see them bring their future skills back to Central Hawke’s Bay”.
This year’s recipients were: Bree White, Breanna Winchester, Esther Jenkinson, Jack Ward and Maggie Peacock.
Applications for funding will again open in late 2019.
Authorised by Chief Executive: Monique Davidson
Monique Davidson, Chief Executive |P 06 857 8060 M 027 601 1711
Doug Tate, GM Customer & Community Partnerships | P 06 857 8060 M 027 422 99
17 December 2018
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