Renée Larocque (left) in a group photo with
the recipients of the MSSA.
Picture courtesy of Lola Halstead.
Thank You for the great photo. This was a special presentation for Renée as it marked her
10th Anniversary of her graduating from St. Pats.
FROM SUPERIOR C.V.I.
Dear Family, Friends, Supporters and Recipients:
Having created the Moses Sheppard Scholarship Award has been such a wonderful and fulfilling opportunity for me and I will cherish every moment. This opportunity has given me the courage to continue a long time battle of physical and mental health and for some these topics are ultimately closed and would rather not discuss it.
Moses helped me and my family in our deepest times after coming back to Thunder Bay and I am without a doubt stating that he in fact saved my life and for this, there seemed to be no other way than to start this scholarship in his name and honour.
To the multiple recipients, I truly hope that while reading about Moses' biography and his accomplishments coupled with the numerous acts of humanity towards injured workers and those that are incapable of standing up for themselves, that you, in your future ventures, that you will remember his generousity and willing to help others in need.
This scholarship means so much to me and my family, and we hope that as a recipient you will make us proud to have selected you for this award.
God Bless, stay safe.
Part of the application process for the MSSA, is an agreement from the recipients to send their picture to us and also give us authority to use those pictures on the website and for the purpose of promoting the MSSA. We ask that you send your picture to email@example.com.
We thank each and every student for their hard work, and wish you great success in your future.
FROM ST. PATRICK
FROM ST. IGNATIUS
Please forward your pictures to us at:
FROM WESTGATE C.V.I.
Below you will find the recipients of the 2020
Moses Sheppard Scholarship Award.
The icons will soon be replace with the 2020 recipients' graduating pictures.
You will also notice that when the recipients name is changed from black to blue, it becomes a link to see the thank you cards, notes, and emails that the students send us.
If you see a name with a (2) beside it, that means the recipient sent us a thank you by email and then followed up by a letter or thank you card. Clicking on the (2) will show you the second acknowledgement sent.
GOOD LUCK IN YOUR
POST SECONDARY STUDIES.