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Town of Marystown announces scholarship for skating club

Kaetlyn Osmond was presented with an original painting by local artist Jim Miles (right) on April 14. The painting was commissioned by the Town of Marystown. Mayor Sam Synard also took part in the presentation.
Kaetlyn Osmond was presented with an original painting by local artist Jim Miles (right) on April 14. The painting was commissioned by the Town of Marystown. Mayor Sam Synard also took part in the presentation. - Colin Farrell

MARYSTOWN, NL — The Town of Marystown announced it is creating a $1,000 scholarship in honour of Kaetlyn Osmond.

Mayor Sam Synard made the announcement during a social for the world figure skating champion and three-time Olympic medallist’s homecoming at St. Gabriel’s Hall on Saturday, April 14.

Osmond, also a three-time Canadian champion, now lives and trains in Alberta.

Synard told The Southern Gazette on Tuesday a policy regarding the eligibility for the Kaetlyn Osmond Ice Crystals Scholarship would be in place by the start of the next skating season in October.

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