Written by Ryan Vincent Monday, Mar 20 2023
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Central Collegiate senior, Liv Erickson, has been awarded one of the Best and Brightest Entrance Scholarships to the University of Saskatchewan.
The George and Marsha Ivany President's First and Best Scholarship is awarded based on academics, leadership and contributions to the school and community, to a student from a Canadian high school with a 95 per cent average or higher.
Erickson is one of five students to be awarded the scholarship and will receive $40,000 towards her schooling over the course of four years at the U of S.
“I feel amazing,” she says. “I always felt really drawn to U of S for so many reasons, and it really felt like [the scholarship] solidified my decision clearly, and it’s gotten me really excited about going to university... I’m really pumped about it, it’s an awesome thing to receive.”
She currently has a 96 per cent average and has made numerous contributions to the community.
“In my written application, I talked about starting an environmental club at my high school, as well as getting involved in some other youth climate activism groups in Regina. Also, I spoke about my executive role in SLC (Student Leadership Council). I’m the Head of Fundraising so I plan a lot of fundraisers for our school.”
Erickson is the Central Collegiate representative on the Youth Advisory Committee for the Moose Jaw City Council. The Youth Advisory Committee speaks about situations and issues in Moose Jaw that youth face and tries to come up with solutions to present to the city council.
She also volunteered as a coach for the “Girls in the Game” organization.
“They focus on encouraging young girls to stay in sports and encouraging self-confidence and strength, both mentally and physically,” she adds.
Erickson plans on going into the Faculty of Arts and Science for a degree in the Environment and Society program with a certificate in sustainability.
“I’m just passionate about climate action and I think that having an education in that field is what's going to make you a better leader. If you know what you’re talking about, you can act properly and be fit for any role, whether that's in politics or in any other sort of policy-making area. Even if that’s working on projects in sustainability, or research, or education, I think you really need to know what you’re talking about to be able to make a greater impact.”
Myrtle (Scotty) Boan
Born on: 13/03/1913 Passed away on: 24/09/2010
Myrtle (Scotty) Boan died peacefully on September 24th, 2010 at the age of 97 years. Born March 13th, 1913 in the Pense district, Scotty was the middle child of three girls born to Mary and James Scott. She attended school at Kennelworth, Qu'Appelle and Pense, before going to Normal School in Regina to obtain her teacher's training. Her teaching career started in the one-room country schools of Adelaide, Gosmil, Brierc...
With his face painted in school colours, Grade 12 student Kody Morland was beaming 100 years worth of pride as he and fellow Central Collegiate Institute students, both past and present, celebrated the school’s centennial birthday on Thursday.
“It feels like such an honour,” Morland told the Times-Herald from the bleachers in the Central gymnasium. “It’s great to be a part of all this.”
The 17-year-old student said he felt a great deal of excitement and s...
Saskatchewan Lt.-Gov. Gordon Barnhart cuts the ceremonial cake
“Happy Birthday everyone,” Saskatchewan Lt.-Gov. Gordon Barnhart called out during Central Collegiate Institute (CCI) centennial celebration on Thursday.
The Queen’s representative said high school is a time in someone’s life when people meet mentors, forge strong friendships and learn ideas and skills that last them the rest of their lives. At CCI, he said a multitude of individuals have enjoyed such school benefits ove the past 100 years.
“I think education is so important.”
Howard Glassman, CCI grad-Class of 1978, commonly known as Humble Howard, is a Canadian radio personality, best known as co-host with Fred Patterson of the Humble & Fred morning show, which had been heard on Edge 102, Mojo 640 and Mix 99.9 in Toronto. Currently, Glassman can be heard weekdays on Toronto's Boom 97.3 morning show, Boom Breakfast Show with Humble and Colleen, along with Colleen Rusholme.
On Thursday, April 29th, Central Collegiate students, staff, and special guests will celebrate “100 Years” of serving the students of Moose Jaw. The official 100th birthday event will recognize the initial opening of the school in April of 1910 and include a host of activities.
Beginning at 11:00am on April 29th, we will host a short program featuring some of our present day students and special guests. Following the program will be a BBQ lunch, flyover by the Snowbirds aeronautical team, of...
Keith G. Penry March 19 1926 -April 6 2010 Keith passed away peacefully at the Moose Jaw Union Hospital, Tuesday, April 6, 2010. Over the last few years he resided at Mulberry Place where he enjoyed meeting and sharing stories with many new and old friends. Keith loved people and his trusting nature allowed him to always see the good in someone else. Keith's life journey began on the farm near Ernfold, Saskatchewan. Farming was not his intended career as his aspirations were to become an educato...
Lyle Phillips is looking forward to attending the 100th anniversary reunion of Central Collegiate being held in July. - Rebecca Lawrence photograph
29 Jan 2010 REBECCA LAWRENCE - MOOSE JAW TIMES-HERALD
Central Collegiate will hold its 100th year reunion in July. In a series on former graduates, the Times-Herald spoke to lawyer Lyle Phillips.
Phillips, 81, who lives in Moose Jaw with his wife Joanne, graduated from Central Collegiate in 1946.
“It was a nice place to go to school,” he remembered fondly. “I had lots of friends. There was lots of sports. I was best in maths and science,” he said.
“There always seemed to be lots to do. O...