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Photo (of Dauphin Co-op building division manager Steve Bunka presenting Nikki Welburn (left) and Kathy Gale (right) with awards, with the rest of the carpentry students outside the home they're building) provided by ACC
Money is always a nice way to be recognized.
Two Assiniboine Community College Parkland students are each receiving $1,000 from the Dauphin Co-op in recognition of their academic accomplishments.
ACC and the Dauphin Co-op have partnered for the past eight years to have students built a ready-to-move home, with money made from the sale of the home going back to the students as cash rewards. The home is sold at $5,000 above the cost of materials.
The top-prize of $2,000 (which goes to the student with the highest grade) is being shared this year between Kathy Gale of Roblin and Nikki Welburn of Camperville. The remaining $3,000 is split equally amongst all students with an average of 70 per cent or higher throughout their studies.