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KEEPING KIDS ON THE ICE - The Katie Keeping Memorial Bursary
Submitted By roadrunners Hockey on Wednesday, September 14, 2016
The CrGHA is pleased to announce that they are now accepting applications for the Katie Keeping Memorial Bursary.

Applications are due October 1, 2016 and are to be sent to CrGHA President, Kirsty Booth at [email protected]

For further details

• Applicant/family must be registered with CrGHA 
• Applicant/family must have a child with chronic illness or special needs (learning difficulties, physical disability, or emotional and behavioral difficulties.) 
• All awards will be made directly to the player's hockey registration costs to a maximum of $525.00 
• All awards are at the full discretion of the CrGHA Board of Directors and the board may consider additional awards 
• To be considered you must complete an application and submit your half page essay by October 1st 2016.
• Scholarship winners will be notified and posted on the CrGHA website by October 15th 2016.

Complete this application >> KEEPING_KIDS_ON_THE_ICE_APPLICATION.pdf
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