John Bright's No. 24 hangs on the Wall of Honour at Commonwealth Stadium, paying tribute to a man who played for the Edmonton Eskimos football club from 1954 to 1964. John Bright was not just a great football player; he was also a great teacher, coach, school administrator, and ideal citizen of the City of Edmonton. The Edmonton Journal first presented the John Bright Memorial Award in 1984 to recognize exceptional high school students who excelled in three integral areas of John Bright's life: academics, athletics and citizenship.
John Bright Memorial Award is presented annually to two Grade 12 students - one male, one female - who are outstanding academically and athletically and demonstrate leadership ability by volunteering in the community.
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