Mayor Enzo Palumbo
705-779-2992 ext. 3
29th Algoma University Awards Ceremony
On behalf of the Council, the Prince Woman’s Institute, and Prince Township we congratulate Abbey Angel as this year’s recipient of the Prince Woman’s institute and Prince Township Scholarship.
Abbey is a third year Business Administration student at Algoma University. Prior to Algoma, Abbey graduated with honours from the Sault College Business Diploma program. At the college, she was recognized for high academic achievement and commitment to campus involvement through participation in varsity sports. At Algoma, Abbey continues to aim for academic excellence while being a member of the varsity curling team.
During her studies, Abbey has been able to apply her education to her work as an office assistant and youth program coordinator at a local non-profit. She plans to continue this work in her final year of study. This summer Abbey has accepted an internship position with BDO, an industry leader in accounting. She is hopeful this will allow her to further explore opportunities in the future. Abbey is looking forward to her final year with the university and plans to stay local as she enters the workforce after graduation.
We wish Abbey all the best in her future endeavours.
Out and About in Prince
Above: Mayor Palumbo meets with Sergeant Laurie Graham, Interim Detatchment Commander for the OPP, to discuss speeding on Second Line in Prince Township.
Middle: Mason Tremblay, aged 9, enjoying the machinery available to explore at the Family Day Celebration At the Corner Saturday February 18.
Left: Mayor Palumbo extending his appreciation for the hard work by Rhonda and Tyer Reid to host the Family Day Celebration At the Corner.