Kassandra Kaulius Memorial Scholarship Application
Kassandra Kaulius age 22, was a talented young woman working two jobs putting herself through the University of the Fraser Valley studying to become a Teacher. She was a gifted athlete who had attended 2 Colleges in the United States on full ride Softball Scholarships.
On May 3, 2011 Kassandra Kaulius was driving home after Coaching and then playing a softball game at the Cloverdale Athletic Park in Surrey BC. She left the Park and was proceeding to drive home. At the corner of 152nd Street and 64th Avenue in Surrey she was making a left hand turn on a green light. A Van came speeding down the curb lane on a red light and got airborne over the railroad tracks and struck Kassandra. Her car was broadsided in the drivers’ side door at 103 km an hour the impact sent Kassandra car up and over the meridian and it landed about 1000 feet down the road in pieces strewn across the intersection. Kassandra was just 22 years of age when she was tragically killed by a drunk driver. She was 3 blocks from her home.
Kassandra was a talented athlete who played Softball for 17 years. She played on many Teams including the White Rock Renegades, Delta Heat, Poco Ravens and was an Assistant Coach on the Surrey Storm 97 A Girls Team and a Pitcher on the Surrey Storm Senior Ladies A Team.
Her parents Victor and Markita, sister Miranda and brother Nick wanted to honour Kassandra’s life and started a Scholarship in her name to be a legacy to others in pursuit of a higher education.
Some of Kassandra’s best qualities were that she was always ready to give 100% to everything she did, whether it was a ball practice, ball game, working, or studying. She was always considerate of others and would always be there to cheer other teammates on. She never had a bad word to say about anyone. She was a best friend to everyone and made the commitment to give her best to her sports, academics, and her community. These are some of the qualities and some of the criteria that the family will be looking for in the successful candidate that is chosen to be awarded the Kassandra Kaulius Scholarship.
The Kaulius Family may want to interview the candidate before final selection is made.
Deadline for submissions: May 31, 2020
Download the application: Softball BC -Kassandra Kaulius Memorial Scholarship Application 2020
Gordon McDonald/Margo and Dorene Thoms Bursary Application
Current active and registered umpires in British Columbia who are attending a recognized post secondary
Son or daughter of a registered BC Umpire.
If the applicant is a currently registered BC Umpire, they must have been registered for the two years
preceding the application.
If the applicant is a minor umpire then they need only be registered in the current year.
Applicant must have COMPLETED: at minimum 32 weeks of study and at least 60% of a full course load of PostSecondary Schooling or the equivalent of Post-Secondary Schooling during a 52 week period.
Post-Secondary Schooling is recognized as University, College, Trade Schools & Post-Secondary Schooling provided
during Secondary Schooling.
A recipient can only receive the bursary on a one time basis. Unsuccessful applicants are encouraged to
reapply when they meet the eligibility criteria.
Deadline for submission is August 1 of each year.
Successful applicants will be notified before October 1
st each year and are encouraged to attend the Softball
BC Awards Banquet to receive their bursary
Download the application: McDonald-Thoms-Application – All registered umpires who are attending a recognized post secondary institute are eligible to apply. Sons and daughters of a registered umpire may also apply for the fund.