Frank Pertson Memorial Scholarship Application
The Frank Pertson Memorial Award is given annually to a member of the team who coaches and management believe has shown strong character and a willingness to give back to the local community. The award is given in honour of Frank Pertson, a man who volunteered so much of his time to foster the game of hockey within St. James at all levels. The hope is that the financial support this award offers will encourage the recipient to continue to find time to give back to the community as he continues his education or career training. Frank Pertson loved his family, hockey, Deer Lodge Community Club, and St. James very much. May his spirit of giving his time to those loves live on.
Mid-Canada Fasteners $500 Apprentice Scholarship Application
One scholarship worth $500 for players who work full time. Payment from the team will be made upon presenting proof of receipt for work related items. The monies must be claimed within 18 months of announcement of winning the scholarship. A committee of the ‘Executive’ will select the winner.
West Perimeter Auto Center $1000 Scholarship Application
One scholarship worth $1,000.00 and one worth $500 for players enrolled full time at a post-secondary educational institution. Payment from the team will be made upon presenting proof of registration for future full time studies. The monies must be claimed within 18 months of announcement of winning the scholarship. A committee of the ‘Executive’ will select the winner.
Ken Feasey Memorial Academic and Sportsman Scholarship
The Ken Feasey family have put up memorial scholarship $1,500. The first Canuck dinner Ken purchased 15 tickets and called them Ken’s merry men.
He joined the Canucks first as a coach and then as our top corporate sponsor over the years. Anytime the Canucks needed help out he always has come through for the team. He coached in the minor system in St. James for years and St. Vital . When the KW arena was built he and Keith Bodley were the force behind making it happen. The KW arena name was changed to Keith Bodley arena thanks to Ken Feasey.