Award preference will be given to applicants with strong academic credentials, a commitment to activity and service and financial need. Award amounts up to $5,000.
- Jaden Smith – Bachelor of Kinesiology, Acadia University
- Razi Garland – BSc Psychology. Bethune Cookman University
- Kayla McCarthy – BSc in Bioveterinary Science
- Timaris Thompson – Music Performance and Production Diploma – Uxbridge College
- Isabella Gaugain – BSc [Hons] Social Work, University of Winchester
Pictured left to right: Council Steele, Awardee Armani Brandy, Council Grant, Awardee Micah Richardson, and Council Dill. Missing from photo: Council Saunders
DPC Scholarship Committee Members – Chrislyn Dill, John Steele, and Michelle Grant – scholarship committee chair (Missing: Denelle Saunders) and award winner Micah O’Brien
(Also Missing: Recipient Taylor Hill)
Raesaah Shakir, Sihle Sharrieff-Hayward, Deja Tucker and Aneika Fox [Missing: Zaren Bennett]
Cymone F. Sims
Lovette LovellLovette Lovell, a retired Registered Nurse with deep roots in Devonshire, joined the Devonshire Parish Council in 2018. Her eagerness to understand the function of parish councils and her genuine commitment to the well-being of the community motivated her to become an active member. Lovette’s extensive healthcare experience has nurtured a strong sense of compassion, making her dedicated to improving residents’ lives through her role on the Council. Having lived her entire life in Devonshire, Lovette’s firsthand knowledge of the community’s evolution fuels her passion for making a positive impact. As a caring and experienced healthcare professional, she brings valuable expertise to the Council, seeking meaningful ways to enhance residents’ welfare. Lovette Lovell’s decision to give back to her beloved community through the Devonshire Parish Council reflects her deep commitment and dedication to the betterment of Devonshire’s residents.
Denae D. Burchall
If there is an issue, that directly impacts you, your area or the Parish at large (eg roadways, infrastructure, neighborhoods or even hardships – to name a few), please reach out to your Devonshire Parish Council for assistance or advice. As a legitimate body, mandated to serve, we will attempt to aid or point you in the right direction, so that you can have access to the help needed to resolve the matter. The Council wants to ensure, that all of our residents are equipped with the knowledge needed, to effectively handle any issue related to you or our Parish.
Feel free to reach out to us at [email protected] or call 535-9639.
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