Revelstoke Mountain Resort hands out scholarships

(Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review) Erica Kreitz, Zoe Kramer, Andreas Suchovs and Jaron Ivanisko received scholarships from Revelstoke Mountain Resort, presented by Peter Neilson, vice president of operations. Kreitz is continuing her Health Science studies through Thompson Rivers University, Kramer is studying biology at UVic, Suchovs is headed to Newfoundland to study marine engineering at Memorial Univeristy and Ivanisko is studying engineering at UBC.
Erica Kreitz, Zoe Kramer, Andreas Suchovs and Jaron Ivanisko received scholarships from Revelstoke Mountain Resort, presented by Peter Neilson, vice president of operations. (Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review)

Erica Kreitz, Zoe Kramer, Andreas Suchovs and Jaron Ivanisko received scholarships from Revelstoke Mountain Resort, presented by Peter Neilson, vice president of operations.

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