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Pizza Nova awards scholarships


February 28, 2008
By Canadian Pizza

Pizza Nova presented its first-ever “Rising Star
Scholarship Program” recognizing five aspiring Variety Village athletic
students who have represented Canada nationally and internationally.

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Pizza Nova’s Executive Vice President Domenic Primucci (fourth from left) recently presented the company’s first-ever “Rising Star Scholarship Program” recognizing five aspiring Variety Village athletic students in Toronto, who have represented Canada nationally and internationally.


Pizza Nova presented its first-ever “Rising Star Scholarship Program” recognizing five aspiring Variety Village athletic students who have represented Canada nationally and internationally.

Those receiving the $1,000 scholarships “to make their journey to success just a little bit easier” include: Jennifer “Stone Cold” Austin: has played on the Variety Village Rebels mini wheelchair basketball team for the past five years and hopes to compete at the 2011 Canada Games.

Jamie Sopha: has been training on the Variety Village Rolling Rebels for 15 years and is now a senior member. He was named one of only five “All Stars” at the 2007 Canadian Championships.

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Cynthia Berringer: a member of the Flames competitive swim team, attended the Can-Am Games in Montréal and Vancouver this year and hopes to qualify for the 2008 Olympics. She attends York University.

Brendan Anderson: a member of the Sunshine swim team, is a “driven” young man who is an excellent example to others. The 12-and-under synchronized swim team: Deanna Burns, Natasha Warren and Danielle LoPresti qualified for the provincial team and travelled to New York for the training camp.�