2021 Successful Recipients

Thao Pham - Roy Ellis Bursary

Thao Pham is a student at Saskatchewan Polytechnic in Saskatoon and is enrolled in the Recreation and Community Development program. Thao arrived in Canada roughly 18 months ago and has been dedicated to her studies and volunteering. You may have seen her at the Broadway Street Fair, Canadian Cancer Society, Children’s Wish Foundation, Saskatoon Open Door Society and so much more. “The more I learn from the program, the more I am in love with the experience that we create for participants.” Congratulations Thao!

Lyndsay Stevenot - Anne Robins Scholarship

Lyndsay Stevenot

Lyndsay Stevenot is a student at Saskatchewan Polytechnic in Saskatoon and is enrolled in the Therapeutic Recreation program. When she’s not at school, you will find her volunteering for Meals on Wheels, helping coordinate sporting events, and most recently, becoming a volunteer firefighter. She is very passionate about advancing this profession as she sees how the quality of life is improved for all individuals. Lyndsay plans on continuing her education by working towards her degree. Congratulations Lyndsay!

Jeannie Postnikoff - TJ Biemans Bursary

Jeannie Postnikoff is a student at the University of Regina and is enrolled in the Bachelor of Sport and Recreation Studies, focusing on Therapeutic Recreation. She is highly involved with a group where those with varying disabilities can gather, be encouraged and encourage others. As a leader, her goal is to highlight individuals’ skills and abilities by including them in evening activities. She is also working with individuals who are on the autism spectrum who have plenty of sensory needs. She’s excited to continue to learn from others and is excited about her TR future. Congratulations Jeannie!

Bronwyn Murray - Board Scholarship

Bronwyn Murray is a student at Saskatchewan Polytechnic in Saskatoon and is enrolled in the Therapeutic Recreation program. When she’s not at school, she’s volunteering at the Luther Special Care Home, SaskAbilities and Radius Sports for Life. She was thrilled to be part of a pilot project with the City of Saskatoon where therapeutic recreation interventions and techniques were used to address behavior issues in children who were enrolled in city programs. Bronwyn is also enrolled at the University of Regina, taking classes towards her Bachelor of Sports and Recreation Studies in RT. Congratulations Bronwyn!