THE STACEY LEVITT WOMEN AND SPORT SCHOLARSHIP
The Stacey Levitt Women and Sport Scholarship is in memory of a very
special 18-year-old woman who was struck down by a car while she was
jogging on Aug. 30, 1995.
She was a superior athlete, a top student, and loved by many. She
participated in sport for the sheer joy of the experience. She loved the
camaraderie, the teamwork, and the competition and she displayed that
love in many sports – swimming, scuba diving, taikwondo, triathlon,
gymnastics and jazz. Stacey always strived to be the best she could be,
and filled her life with joy and meaning.
This scholarship is open to a young woman, a girls’ team, or a sport
organization that exemplifies Stacey’s ideals and qualities:
Â· demonstrates a keen interest in sports and a healthy lifestyle
Â· takes the initiative to make positive things happen
Â· is highly motivated and enthusiastic
Â· strives to be the best and doesn’t give up trying
This $2500 scholarship is in her memory. It will be shared by five
High school and university/college-age women are encouraged to apply.
Consideration will be given to financial need. There is no application
form. Candidates are simply asked to outline how the scholarship will be
used for women and sport.
Candidates should apply in writing to CAAWS at:
N202 – 801 King Edward Avenue
Ottawa, ON, Canada
Please state your name, age, phone, fax and e-mail on your application.
The scholarship recipients will be announced on the website at
www.caaws.ca. In addition to the scholarship, the recipients will be
give a copy of “I Am a Rose”, a beautiful collection of poetry written
by Stacey from a very young age.
Application deadline: May 31, 2004