Williams Lake and District Credit Union awards bursary to local high school grads

Williams Lake and District Credit Union is pleased to provide a $1,500 bursary to SAMS graduate Brody Tuck.

  • Nov. 1, 2012 5:00 p.m.

Brody Tuck was the recipient of this years' WLDCU Bursary.

Williams Lake and District Credit Union is pleased to provide a $1,500 bursary to SAMS graduate Brody Tuck. Provision of bursaries to local students is consistent with the Credit Union’s commitment to support its members and their communities.

Brody is currently attending UBC Okanagan where she is enrolled in the first year of the Bachelor of Science program and majoring in Biology. Already immersed in university life, Brody reports that she is starting a music club, and has joined the pre-veterinary club. Brody is enriching her learning experience by working at a local stable and a local veterinary office.

Williams Lake and District Credit Union marks 60 years of serving members in 2012. Branches in Williams Lake, 100 Mile House and Bella Coola provide financial services for a diverse population spread over a vast area. Committed to making a difference, the Credit Union supports its local communities through funding, staff expertise, and the energy and commitment of staff volunteers.

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