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The Fondation des caisses populaires acadiennes supports our youth

Caraquet, NB - The Fondation des caisses populaires acadiennes is proud to invest in our youth. For over 25 years, it has been offering students who are enrolled in a postsecondary education program, a chance to win a scholarship. These scholarships will be distributed in the five regions served by the Caisses populaires acadiennes.

In 2011, the Fondation will give a total of $50,000 in scholarships, valued at $1,000 each. These scholarships will be paid during Cooperation Week, next October.

The scholarship draw took place on April 2012 at Édifice MARTIN-J.-LÉGÈRE, head office of the Fondation.

Here are the 2013 scholarship recipients:

RÉGION GLOUCESTER
Annick Bezeau - Miscou
Natacha Comeau - Alcida
Guy Doiron – Bas-Caraquet
Emilie Forbes - Néguac
Sarah Godin – Bertrand
Vanessa Gauvin – Shippagan
Karine Guitard - Beresford
Shaun Girouard - Caraquet
Yvon-Daniel J. Haché - Shippagan
Pierre-Luc Imbeault – Beresford
Steven Kennah – Tetagouche Nord
Alexandre Mourant – Caraquet
Francis Larocque – Saint-Léolin
Amélie LeBouthillier – Néguac
Amélie Légère – Bertrand
Phémie Maillet – Bathurst
Myriam Plantin - Inkerman
Jolène Plourde – Tracadie-Sheila
Louis-Michel Roy – Alcida
Jeremy Savoie - Néguac

RÉGION KENT
Kayla Cormier – Saint-Thomas-de-Kent
Dani Daigle – Pointe-Sapin
Kristina Kelly – Saint-Ignace
Denis LeBlanc - Shédiac
Janelle Leger – Grand-Barachois
Janelle Mazerolle – Saint-Louis
Nathalie Nowlan – Sainte-Marie-de-Kent
Jessica Ouellet – Saint-Ignace
Sébastien Turner-Chiasson - Collette

RÉGION MADAWASKA-VICTORIA
Jennifer Beatty - Edmundston
Myriam Beaulieu – Saint-André
John Boutot – Lac Baker
Joannie Cyr – Edmundston
Nicholas Levesque – Saint-André
Anabelle Pelletier – Lac Baker
Elise Pelletier – Lac Baker
Jérémie Roussel – Saint-Quentin
Joanie Soucy – Saint-Jacques
Michael Thibeault - Saint-Quentin

RÉGION RESTIGOUCHE
Rébecca Arseneau – Eel River Crossing
Martin Bujold – Campbellton
Andréanne Lanteigne - Balmoral
Valérie Savoie – Dalhousie

RÉGION WESTMORLAND
Mélissa Blanchard - Dieppe
Michelle Comeau – Moncton
Isabelle Léonie Cormier - Dieppe
Julien Leblanc - Memramcook
Sophia Miao - Moncton
Chantal Saulnier - Dieppe
Janique Vautour – Dieppe

Congratulations to the 2013 scholarship recipients, and best of luck in pursuing your postsecondary education next September.

About the Fondation

Since 1983, the Fondation des caisses populaires acadiennes has been committed to supporting New Brunswick’s education sector, through scholarships or educational projects.

Throughout the years, the Fondation has paid out scholarships to more than 2,300 students thanks to a scholarship fund of over $1.8 million, funded by the various constituents of the Mouvement des caisses populaires acadiennes.

The Fondation also supports the Lire, découvrir et grandir literacy program, which is intended to help children from preschool up to second grade to reach an acceptable reading level by the end of their second year of schooling.

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For media interviews:

Julie Francoeur, Communications and Public Relations Consultant
Caisses populaires acadiennes
Phone: 506 726-4780 Fax: 506 726-8220
Julie.francoeur@acadie.com

For additional information:

Carole Lanteigne, Communications and Public Relations Consultant
Fondation des caisses populaires acadiennes
Phone: 506 726-4726 Fax: 506 726-8220
carole.lanteigne@acadie.com

The Fondation des caisses populaires acadiennes supports our youth

May 30, 2016 - Caraquet N.-B.  - The Fondation des caisses populaires acadiennes is proud to support our youth. For over 30 years, it has been offering students who are enrolled in a postsecondary education program, a chance to win a scholarship.

In 2016, the Fondation des caisses populaires acadiennes will give a total of $50,000 in scholarships, valued at $1,000 each. These scholarships will be paid during Cooperation Week, next October.

The scholarship draw took place on April 2016 at Édifice Martin-J.-LÉGÈRE, head office of the Fondation.

Here are the 2016 scholarship recipients distributed in the five regions served by the Caisses:

RÉGION GLOUCESTER

Alexandre Arseneau – Sormany

Amélie Arseneau – Nicholas-Denys

Vanessa Arseneault – Beresford

Jasmine Audet – Madran

Anthony Azard – Pointe-Verte

Charles Blanchard – Anse-Bleue

Isabelle Blanchard – Sainte-Marie-Saint-Raphaël

Jesse Boudreau – Bathurst

Marie-Ève Brideau – Saint-Irénée

Marie-Ève Brideau – Tracadie-Sheila

Chloé Duguay-Bulger – Petite-Rivière-de-l’île

Alexandre Gallant – Beresford

Amy Lynn Grant – Beresford

Noémie Gravel – Miramichi

Tina Kenny Durelle – Tracadie-Sheila

Shany Losier – Tracadie-Sheila

Yan Plourde – Pigeon Hill

Alexandre Power – Miscou

Nadia Roussel – Rang Saint-Georges

Miguel Thériault – Caraquet


RÉGION KENT

Miguel Babineau – Shediac River

Mathieu Bastarache – Shediac Bridge

Colin Belliveau – Bouctouche

Jonah Dubé – Grande-Digue

Sabrina Dutcher – Notre-Dame

Julien Gallant – Grande-Digue

Katia Goulet – Cocagne

Jérémie Pellerin – Cocagne

Karlie Vautour – Main River

 

RÉGION MADAWASKA-VICTORIA

Vanessa Collin – Verret

Mélanie Dufour – Saint-Hilaire

Kelly Gibson – Saint-Jacques

Émilie Girard – Saint-Jacques

Billie Levesque – Grand-Sault

Samantha Levesque – Rivière-Verte

Maxime Malo – Edmundston

Megan Morrow – Grand Falls

Mikaël Pelletier - Edmundston

 

RÉGION RESTIGOUCHE

Christophe Côté – Saint-Quentin

Jeremy Firth – Balmoral

Mélissa Mylène Martel – Saint-Quentin

Mariève Noël – Campbellton

Thomas Savoie – Balmoral

 

RÉGION WESTMORLAND

Eveline Choquette – Dieppe

Morgane Cohé – Moncton

Geneviève Gallant – Dieppe

Mathieu Landry – Barachois

Alison Larade – Fredericton

Isabelle Léger – Portage

Érica Richard – Moncton

 

About the Fondation des caisses populaires acadiennes

Since 1983, the Fondation des caisses populaires acadiennes committed to support New Brunswick’s education sector, through scholarships or educational projects. The Fondation also supports the Lire, découvrir et grandir literacy program, which aims to help children from preschool up to second grade to attain an acceptable literacy level by the end of their second year of schooling.

 

About UNI Financial Cooperation

Since 1936, UNI Financial Cooperation has been the most important Acadian financial institution, armed with its $3.7 billion in assets and its 1,000 employees. Thus, every day, the institution strives to inspire, support and fund the individual and collective assets of New Brunswickers. For more information, visit www.uni.ca

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For additional information:

Gisèle Robichaud
Communications and Public Relations Consultant
gisele.robichaud@acadie.com       
Telephone: 506 726-4767  Fax: 506 726-8220

                  

For media interviews:

Mario Griffin
Communications and Public Relations Consultant
mario.griffin@acadie.com
Telephone: 506 726-4785  Fax: 506 726-8220

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Communication Team
295 Saint-Pierre Blvd. West
P.O. Box 5554
Caraquet NB E1W 1B7

E-mail: communication@uni.ca