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Don Anderson Haulage presents scholarships to pair of Ontario students

STOUFVILLE, Ont. -- Two exceptional students from Stouffville District Secondary School have been awarded scholarships from Don Anderson Haulage. Curtis Davis was presented with the Don Anderson Haulage Technology Scholarship, which will...


STOUFVILLE, Ont. — Two exceptional students from Stouffville District Secondary School have been awarded scholarships from Don Anderson Haulage. Curtis Davis was presented with the Don Anderson Haulage Technology Scholarship, which will provide financial assistance in his pursuit of a Civil Engineering diploma at Georgian College. Madni Ahmed was presented with the Don Anderson Haulage Business Scholarship to assist with his studies in International Business Administration at Seneca College. The scholarships were presented at the school’s graduation ceremony last week.

“We welcome this opportunity to help two dedicated and hard-working students each year,” said Michael Anderson, vice-president of Gormley, Ont.-based Don Anderson Haulage. “With tuition fees on a steady upward climb for some time now, I’m sure that students heading off to college or university appreciate any financial assistance.” He further noted that the scholarships provide the company with the opportunity to “give back” to the local community.

Davis has set a goal of achieving a high GPA in each of the three years studying civil engineering at Georgian College, after which, he plans to pursue a career in his field of study. Ahmed plans to complete the three-year diploma program at Seneca College and then transfer into an International Business degree program. Ahmed is also the recipient of the Excellence in Math Award and the OSSTF Student Achievement Award.

Winners are selected by Stouffville District Secondary School using academic performance criteria.


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