2019 NAIG Legacy Fund Scholarship Recipients

The MASRC was named as one of the benefactors of the 2002 North American Indigenous Games, Knowledge, Equipment, and Financial Award Legacies. Legacy funds were established through the successful hosting of the North American Indigenous Games held in Winnipeg, Manitoba, July 2002.

The athlete scholarship is awarded to deserving male and female athletes from Manitoba who demonstrated their athletic skills and abilities in high school academics with evidence of continuing their education at a recognized post secondary institute. The coach scholarship recognizes male and female coaches in Manitoba who have demonstrated dedication and skill at Coaching in their chosen sport, with evidence of plans for continued development in coaching.

2019 Athlete Scholarships (in the amount of $600) are awarded to:

Robert (Jesse) Skelton Multi-Sport Hartney
Bianca Mckay Softball Dauphin (Skownan FN)
Cassidy Alyn Multi-Sport Fisher Branch
Emma Ricard Martial Arts St.Ambroise
Stefanie Byron Baseball Oak Point
Cam Gayleard Volleyball St. Andrews
Bryden Sinclair Ice Hockey Peguis First Nation
Kaila Powell Ice Hockey Swan River (Norway House CN)
Rachel O'Toole Ice Hockey The Pas (Couchiching FN)
Kennesha Miswaggon Multi-Sport Cross Lake Band
Breanna McLennan Ice Hockey Winnipeg
Haven George Basketball/Volleyball Gillam

2019 Coach Scholarships (in the amount of $600) are awarded to:

Lauren Legault Ice Hockey Elie
Hayden Yaremko Ice Hockey The Pas
Gregory Meconse Soccer Winnipeg (Pinaymootang FN)
Loryn Evans Wrestling Winnipeg (Cross Lake Band)

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Congratulations to all award recipients, good luck in your studies and sporting endeavors this year!


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