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Garden Club awards four scholarships

Four Bermudians studying landscape architecture or environmental science have received scholarships from the Garden Club.

They are:

Racael Antonition, who is studying for a Bachelor of Science (Honors) Degree in Landscape Architecture at Kingston University in Britain.

Michelle Conklin, who is entering her final year at Guelph University, in Canada, where she is studying for a Bachelor of Science (Honors) Degree in Environmental Science.

Kyle Furbert, who will be entering the University of East Anglia in Britain to study Environmental Science

Clair Grenfell, who is entering her final year of studies at Queen’s University, in Canada, for a Bachelor in Science (Honors) Degree in Environmental Science.

The Garden Club has awarded its annual scholarships. Shown from left are: Deanna Moss, president of the Garden Club, Clair Grenfell, Michelle Conklin, Kyle Outerbridge, Rachael Antonition, and Liz Jones Ashurst, past-president and chairman of the Scholarship Committee.

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Published September 13, 2011 at 9:43 am (Updated September 13, 2011 at 9:42 am)

Garden Club awards four scholarships

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