Interview - Travis Narlock - How the Pontiac Scholarship Fund helped him during his studies
Article published on 6 August 2020
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The Pontiac Scholarship Fund has been around for over 3 decades now to help students from the Pontiac to pursue a higher level of education, whether it’s strictly financial wise or program-based funding. Jacob Lavigne spoke to Travis Narlock from Otter Lake, who has received scholarships from the Fund in the past, on how they helped him during his studies.

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