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Greater Fort Erie Chamber of Commerce
The Greater Fort Erie Chamber of Commerce
Congratulations to the Great Fort Erie Chamber of Commerce Bursary recipients for 2021!
This year the GFECC is proud to recognize the efforts of 7 outstanding students!
Because we understand today’s students are tomorrow’s entrepreneurs, the Greater Fort Erie Chamber of Commerce has awarded 7 students $500.00 bursaries to assist in post education studies.
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