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La Salle Credit Union CEO Daniel Dion (left) and credit union board president Raymond Bisson presented $500 bursaries to high school graduates Kelly Arran (second from left) and Janelle McMullan on June 18.

ANDREA GEARY

La Salle Credit Union CEO Daniel Dion (left) and credit union board president Raymond Bisson presented $500 bursaries to high school graduates Kelly Arran (second from left) and Janelle McMullan on June 18. Photo Store

Janelle McMullan and Kelly Arran, of La Salle, received $500 bursaries from the La Salle Credit Union on June 18.

McMullan, 18, graduated from Collège régional Gabrielle-Roy in Ile-des-Chênes. She’s been accepted into the nursing program at the University of St. Boniface. Arran, 18, is starting first-year courses at the University of Manitoba and plans to study architecture.

The bursaries were presented on the credit union’s Customer Appreciation Day.

Staff members wore purple shirts in recognition of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, held on June 15.

— Staff

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