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Basketball BC – Lawrie Johns, Executive Director of Basketball BC announces 5 post-secondary scholarships established by Basketball BC partners and friends.  Johns noted:  “The Ed Terris Foundation and Tangerine are two excellent examples of foundations and businesses contributing to support athletic and academic excellence and assisting in keeping students in Canada to pursue their dreams and careers.”


Through the Ed Terris Foundation that was formed to recognize a man who spent many years in education at different levels in both North Delta and Abbotsford, scholarships have been awarded for many years.  The applications are funnelled through Basketball BC for three $1000 scholarships and this year the recipients are (Name, high school, intended post-secondary institution)

                Jessica Zawada                  R.A McMath – Richmond               University of the Fraser Valley

                Marcie Schlick                    Duchess Park – Prince George   UBC

                Noah Charles                     Cowichan Secondary – Duncan  U Vic


“We are a very excited about our continuing partnership with the Ed Terris Foundation and with their assistance further supporting Canadian academic and athletic excellence” stated Johns



The recipients are:

                 Jessica Jones                     R.A. McMath Secondary, Richmond BC                 SFU

                 Matt Lafontaine               KSS – Kelowna. BC                                                          UBC-O

 Tangerine in BC has formed a unique and exciting partnership with Basketball BC in promoting physical activity through our numerous basketball programs and, specifically, activating a national partnership with Steve Nash Youth Basketball.  In just over a year we have worked together in presenting two Community Open Gyms with 300 youth experiencing clinics with trained clinicians, including Team Canada and/or NBA players – AT NO COST.  Furthermore, they have provided assistance to coaches of the SNYB with coaches’ kits, supported many of Basketball BC activities and are a proud contributor to the BBC Hall of Fame Gala.  Tangerine has also provided a bursary to allow coaches to continue their professional development.  The first bursary will be announced in the early Fall.


Lawrie Johns, Executive Director of Basketball BC states: “These $1000scholarships are yet another example of the enthusiasm and contribution to the community that Tangerine gives.  Our partners, Amanda Lee and Darren Furano at Tangerine noted that the applicants were amazing and they were “proud to support their athletic and academic careers.  “We at Basketball BC are also proud of Matt and Jessica as well as of our Tangerine friends” continued Johns.


“We look forward to announcing the coach bursary in the Fall and continuing and expanding our partnership with Tangerine for many, many years,” concluded BBC’s Executive Director.