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Inland Northwest Community Foundation Awards Over $150,000 In Scholarships To Area Students

Inland Northwest Community Foundation
awards over $150,000 in scholarships to area students

SPOKANE, WA, 8.11.2011— Inland Northwest Community Foundation recently awarded 147 scholarships totaling $170,014 to area students for the 2011-2012 upcoming school year. The Foundation currently has 26 scholarship funds. Each recipient's school is listed, along with the name and amount of the scholarship.

Washington High Schools:

Almira Coulee Hartline: Janae Hughes, $900.00, Wilson Farm/Mondovi Grange.

Central Valley High School: Jesse Rennaker, $1,272.00, East Spokane Kiwanis Scholarship; Mariah Hanley, $3,000.00, Ren H. Rice Scholarship.

Cheney High School: Svitlana Dobrovoska, $3,000.00, Ren H. Rice Scholarship.

Colfax High School: Maggie Cochran, $939.80, Clarence Hines Scholarship/Melvin and Josephine Ripley/Francis and Sabina Schreiber Scholarship; Raven Elkins, $939.80, Clarence Hines Scholarship/Melvin and Josephine Ripley/Francis and Sabina Schreiber Scholarship; Kara Foreyt, $939.80, Clarence Hines Scholarship/Melvin and Josephine Ripley/Francis and Sabina Schreiber Scholarship; Sarah Gudmunson,  $939.80, Clarence Hines Scholarship/Melvin and Josephine Ripley/Francis and Sabina Schreiber Scholarship, Kimberly Heiner ,$939.80,  Clarence Hines Scholarship/Melvin and Josephine Ripley/Francis and Sabina Schreiber Scholarship; Kyle Largent, $939.80, Clarence Hines Scholarship/Melvin and Josephine Ripley/Francis and Sabina Schreiber Scholarship; Alex Teade, $939.80, Clarence Hines Scholarship/Melvin and Josephine Ripley/Francis and Sabina Schreiber Scholarship; Meigan Wall, $939.80, Clarence Hines Scholarship/Melvin and Josephine Ripley/Francis and Sabina Schreiber Scholarship; Brooke Webber, $939.80, Clarence Hines Scholarship/Melvin and Josephine Ripley/Francis and Sabina Schreiber Scholarship; Cody Wuestney, $939.80, Clarence Hines Scholarship/Melvin and Josephine Ripley/Francis and Sabina Schreiber Scholarship.

Colville High School:  Alyssa Heggenberger, $1,600.00, Bess Mikalson Scholarship; Zachary Hull, $2,600.00, Bess Mikalson Scholarship; Tiffany Wilks, $2,000.00, Bess Mikalson Scholarship; Allison            Worden, $2,600.00, Bess Mikalson Scholarship, Jorden Brons, $2,500.00, Eileen Hutchison Scholarship;  Xochitl Marquez $2,000.00 Lucille I. Hudon Scholarship.

Connell High School: Darlene Maria, $500.00, David L. and Frances G. Ray Scholarship; Veniel Garza, $1,000.00 David L. and Frances G. Ray Scholarship.

Creston High School: Mary Pebles, $500.00 Wilson Farm-Mondovi Grange Scholarship.

Davenport High School: Cheyenne Pace, $2,000.00, Lucille I. Hudon Scholarship; Cheyenne Pace, $900.00, Wilson Farm-Mondovi Grange Scholarship; Jonelle Overmyer, $1,800.00, Wilson Farm-Mondovi Grange Scholarship; Jordan Perry, $500.00, Wilson Farm-Mondovi Grange Scholarship; Matthew Rosman, $1,800.00, Wilson Farm-Mondovi Grange Scholarship; Nickolas Halverson, $900.00, Wilson Farm-Mondovi Grange Scholarship; Peter Rustemeyer, $1,200.00, Wilson Farm-Mondovi Grange Scholarship; Victoria Wilkie, $1,800.00, Wilson Farm-Mondovi Grange Scholarship.

Deer Park High School: Lindsey Bekemeyer, $3,000.00, G.A. "Bill" Garske Scholarship.

East Valley High School: Sarah            Peterson, $1,272.00, East Spokane Kiwanis Scholarship; Brian Coyne, $900.00, Kuehnle Family Scholarship; Hope Wagner, $900.00, Kuehnle Family Scholarship; Hunter            Bonawitz, $450.00, Kuehnle Family Scholarship; Melissa Kersh, $900.00, Kuehnle Family Scholarship; Hope Wabner, $3,000.00, Lucille I. Hudon Scholarship; Haley Orwick, $900.00 Wilson Farm-Mondovi Grange Scholarship.

Freeman High School: Collin Deel, $10,000.00, Ren H. Rice Scholarship; Evan Magers, $1,800.00 Wilson Farm-Mondovi Grange Scholarship.

Home school: Benjamin Miller, $2,500.00, Wilson Farm-Mondovi Grange Scholarship.

Jenkins High School: Katrina Sweat, $2,500.00, Eileen Hutchison Scholarship.

John R. Rogers High School: Whitney            Ward, $1,000.00, Rogers-Ziegler Family Scholarship,

Alexander McCabe, $1,300.00, Joy-Hughes Scholarship; Jacob Thompson, $1,250.00, Rogers-Ziegler Family Scholarship, Yuliya Chaplygin, $3,000.00, Lucille I. Hudon Scholarship; Danny Foster, $3,000.00, Ren H. Rice Scholarship.

LaCrosse High School: Christopher Wargo, $500.00, David L. and Frances G. Ray Scholarship.

Lewis and Clark High School: Jared Dineen, $1,000.00, F. Neale Bock Scholarship.

Liberty High School: Jeana Baker, $1,000.00, Joe and June Fulton Liberty High School Scholarship; Joanna            Ingerski, $1,000.00, Joe and June Fulton Liberty High School Scholarship; Sarah Jones, $1,000.00, Joe and June Fulton Liberty High School Scholarship.

Lind High School: Traven Smith, $1,000.00, David L. and Frances G. Ray Scholarship.

 

Mary Walker High School: Cassandra Ward, $1,600.00, Bess Mikalson Scholarship.

North Central: Jordan Clyburn, $4,000.00, Ren H. Rice Scholarship.

Northport High School: Shyanne Wilson, $2,600.00, Bess Mikalson Scholarship.

Pullman High School: Yihao Jiang, $3,000.00, Lucille I. Hudon Scholarship.

Reardan High School: Marrisa            Dormaier, $900.00, Wilson Farm-Mondovi Grange Scholarship; Whitney Ward, $1,200.00, Wilson Farm-Mondovi Grange Scholarship.

Riverside High School: Kami McCoul, $4,000.00, Ren H. Rice Scholarship; David Watts, $8,000.00, Ren H. Rice Scholarship.

Sandpoint High School: Graham Cole, $1,000.00, Doris L. Kenney Memorial Scholarship; Sophia Moulenberg, $1,500.00, Doris L. Kenney Memorial Scholarship; Stephanie  Naccarato, $1,000.00, Doris L. Kenney Memorial Scholarship; Emily Ogle. $1,000.00, Doris L. Kenney Memorial Scholarship; Brita Olson. $1,500.00, Doris L. Kenney Memorial Scholarship; Rachel Owen $1,500.00, Doris L. Kenney Memorial Scholarship.

Selkirk High School: Ciera Botzheim, $700.00            , Lillian M. Bailey Scholarship.

Shadle Park High School: Elizabeth Choma, $3,000.00, Lucille I. Hudon Scholarship.

Sprague High School: Hannah            Vickrey, $2,000.00, William and Flossie Sanborn Scholarship; Micayla Oldham, $2,000.00, William and Flossie Sanborn Scholarship; Teresa Simpson, $3,000.00,William and Flossie Sanborn Scholarship.

St. John-Endicott High School: Erin Schuster, $1,000.00, Annie Maria Hitchings Scholarship; Mason  Van Lith, $1,000.00, Annie Maria Hitchings Scholarship.

Wahluke High School:  Gabriela Chacon, $500.00, Mattawa Area Scholarship.

West Valley High School: Kelly            Hansen, $1,272.00, East Spokane Kiwanis Scholarship.

Wilbur High School: Kelsey Beaver, $1,800.00, Wilson Farm-Mondovi Grange Scholarship.

Washington Colleges and Universities

Eastern Washington University: Clifford Abell            , $1,200.00, Wilson Farm-Mondovi Grange.

Spokane Falls Community College: Samantha            Smith, $3,000.00, Ren H. Rice Scholarship.

Washington State University: Ryan Baye, $900.00, Wilson Farm-Mondovi Grange Scholarship;  Paul Froese, $800.00, KACHE Scholarship.

Idaho High Schools

Bonners Ferry High School: Markayle Acord, $800.00, Lenhart Scholarship; Sara Owinyo, $800.00, Lenhart Scholarship; Charena Branscum, $3,000.00, Lucille I. Hudon Scholarship; Allia Hoisington, $3,000.00, Lucille I. Hudon Scholarship.

Clark Fork High School: Jessica Cope, $1,000.00, Doris L. Kenney Memorial Scholarship.

Coeur d'Alene High School: Kenneth Staub, $3,000.00 Lucille I. Hudon Scholarship.

Lake City High School: Benjamin Cooper, $1,000, Lucille I. Hudon Scholarship.

Potlatch Jr.-Sr. High: Bryan Amos, $1,000, Margaret Galbraith Scholarship.

Priest River Lamanna High School: Marissa Langager, $1,000.00, Doris L. Kenney Memorial Scholarship; Shelby Owens, $1,000.00, Doris L. Kenney Memorial Scholarship; Amber Trost, $1,000.00, Doris L. Kenney Memorial Scholarship; Tristan Troudt, $1,000.00, Doris L. Kenney Memorial Scholarship; Camilla Van Natter, $1,000.00, Doris L. Kenney Memorial Scholarship; Silas Van Natter, $1,000.00, Doris L. Kenney Memorial Scholarship; John Zieske, $1,000.00, Doris L. Kenney Memorial Scholarship.

Sandpoint High School: Elaina Arriondo, $1,000.00, Doris L. Kenney Memorial Scholarship; Amanda Hayes, $1,500.00, Doris L. Kenney Memorial Scholarship; Nicole Van Dyk, $1,000.00, Doris L. Kenney Memorial Scholarship; Susan Williams, $1,000.00, Doris L. Kenney Memorial Scholarship; Cristina Wilson, $1,000.00, Doris L. Kenney Memorial Scholarship; Brita Olson, $3,000.00, Lucille I. Hudon Scholarship.

Troy High School: Jacob Chambers, $1,000.00, Margaret Galbraith Scholarship.

Founded in 1974, INWCF serves 10 Eastern Washington counties and 10 North Idaho counties to foster vibrant and sustainable communities in the Inland Northwest. The community foundation currently manages 306 funds valued at more than $67 million and has awarded $38 million in grants and scholarships since its inception, positively impacting thousands of lives in this region. 

For more information on INWCF and its work in the Inland Northwest, please visit www.inwcf.org.

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