The DCCA Bursary Selection Committee was very impressed with the range and extent of volunteer activity by our Nassagaweya youth.

After much deliberation the DCCA Bursary Selection Committee is pleased to announce that the recipient of the 2018 Grade 8 bursary award is

  • Ben Hartshorn

A decision was made to award two 2018 Grade 12 bursaries of $500 each and the award recipients are

  • Theodore Schlotzhauer
  • J.J. Magee

Congratulations Ben, Theo and J.J.!!

Presentation of the awards will take place on June 18, 2018 at 7pm at Brookville Hall. Liz Lambrick, DCCA Past President and this year’s recipient, along with her husband Peter, of the Milton Chamber of Commerce Citizens of the Year Award will be presenting the bursaries.

The Destination Campbellville Community Association is thrilled to announce the creation of a student bursary for a deserving Grade 8 and Grade 12 student for outstanding volunteer contributions and community involvement.


The award will be a maximum of $300 for a Grade 8 student and $1000 for a Grade 12 student. There will be no restrictions on where the bursary may be spent.

Deadline for applications: Applications must be received no later than April 5th, 2019.

A committee of local residents has been created to review the applications and select the deserving students. Selection is to be completed by May 17th, 2019.


Qualifications of Student Nominees:

To qualify, the student nominated:

  • Must be a resident of Nassagaweya
  • Must be a Grade 8 student (public or private elementary school or equivalent) OR
  • Must be a Grade 12 student in high school (or equivalent)
  • Academic grades are not a barrier to applying.

The boundaries of the Nassagaweya area are as follows:

  • Northern boundary: Highway 7 and 32 Side Road
  • Southern boundary: Derry Road
  • Eastern boundary: Tremaine and Nassagaweya-Equesing Town Line
  • Western boundary: Millborough Line and Nassagaweya/Puslinch Town Line

The student nominee must have demonstrated outstanding volunteer contributions and community involvement


  • Worked/assisted in volunteer organizations (eg. church; youth; residential homes; animals)
  • Mentored others at school/groups/teams etc
  • Displayed acts of leadership within the volunteer group
  • Worked well with others in a volunteer setting
  • Showed and acted on own initiative
  • Displays clear willingness and interest to continue volunteering


A noted and tangible interest in and participation within a community on a volunteer basis is a must.


Who can nominate

 Anyone can nominate a Grade 8 or Grade 12 student who resides in Nassagaweya. At least 2 references of non related adults and their contact information must be provided.