On May 23, 2019 The Mamingwey Burn Survivor Society hosted a reception, as a part of International Face Equality Week, in order to raise awareness of the issue of facial discrimination. This event was one of 3 that will take place in Canada.
Congratulations to the 7 successful recipients of the Thomas Hart Memorial Scholarship for 2018.
Dawson is studying at the University of Manitoba in the Diploma in Agriculture Course.
Amanda is studying at Steinbach Bible College and hopes to work with youth in the future.
Nathan is studying at Red River College in the Mechanical Engineering Technician course, and plans to use this as as stepping stone to become an Aerospace Engineer.
Bridgette is studying Health Information Management at Red River College, and plans to get her Science degree down the road.
Kira is studying Nursing at Red River College, and plans to become a Nurse Practitioner in Oncology.
Abigail is studying at Rochester Community Technical College (in Minnesota); she want to get a Photography Certificate and then a University degree in Photojournalism and/or Fine Arts.
Jessica is currently in her final year of my Master’s in Speech Language Pathology at the University of Alberta. Her plan is to work with either preschoolers or adults who are experiencing issues with communication.
Our recipients (Dawson Blahey, Amanda Brooks,Nathan Ferdais and Bridgette Harris) pictured with the Hart family members John Hart, Karen Hart, Hazel Booth, Tom Booth and Ellora Hart . Not pictured (Abigail Furutani and Jessica Klassen)
Kira Lourenco and member of the Hart family, John Hart
There were 3 successful recipient for the Thomas W. Hart Memorial Scholarship in 2014. We are very proud to recognize Jordan Furutani (Not pictured), Daniel Elias and Maria Cristina Laureano at the conference on October 25, 2014.
Congratulations to all! Pictured with our recipients are Hart family members John Hart, Hazel Booth, Ellora Hart and Loretta Gosnell.