Scholarship Recipients 2011

Community Foundation Scholars

A.J. ARCHIBALD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Rachel Robertson, daughter of Andrew and Melissa Robertson, plans to attend Indiana University to study marketing and advertising.

ROBERT L. BRINSON SCHOLARSHIP

Jade Crume is the son of John and Tina Crum. He plans to study agri-systems management.

Christian ‘Luke’ Dunham is the son of Tim Dunham and plans to study electrical computer engineering technology.

BETA TAU PSI IOTA XI SCHOLARSHIP

Alyssa Caress is a second-year graduate student at Ball State University studying speech/language pathology.

JENNY BUTLER SCHOLARSHIP

Kiley Simmons, daughter of Andy and Renee Simmons, will study nursing at Marian University.

CLINTON CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL TEAM PLAYER SCHOLARSHIP

Kaylea Eli, daughter of Tina Wells and stepfather Mike Wells, plans to attend Manchester College to major in elementary education.

CLINTON CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL VISION SCHOLARSHIP

Hanna Brant, daughter of Jeff Brant and Maria Smith, plans to attend Indiana State University and her course of study is undecided.

Lisa Bray, daughter of Jackie Bray and Terry Bray, plans to attend Indiana University Kokomo to study art.

Kaylea Eli, daughter of Tina Wells and stepfather Mike Wells, plans to attend Manchester College to major in elementary education.

Lindsey Gilhousen, daughter of Dennis and Melissa Gilhousen, plans to attend Ivy Tech Community College to pursue a nursing degree.

Cory Ploughe, son of Michael Ploughe and Kelly Moore, will be attending ITT Tech to study digital entertainment and game design.

Olivia Rudd, daughter of Ronald and Rhonda Rudd, will be attending Butler University to major in exercise science.

CLARENCE COCHRAN AGRICULTURAL SCHOLARSHIP

Cory Ploughe, son of Michael Ploughe and Kelly Moore, will be attending ITT Tech to study digital entertainment and game design.

ROY L. CRUME SCHOLARSHIP

Cory Ploughe, son of Michael Ploughe and Kelly Moore, will be attending ITT Tech to study digital entertainment and game design.

Megan Vester, daughter of Mike and Judy Vester, plans to attend Ivy Tech Community College in Indianapolis to study hospitality administration with a baking and pastry arts concentration.

ANNA FUDGE FIELD AND MARY S. FIELD ENDOWMENT SCHOLARSHIP

Megan Vester, daughter of Mike and Judy Vester, plans to attend Ivy Tech Community College in Indianapolis to study hospitality administration with a baking and pastry arts concentration.

LOUISE AND ROBERT A. HEDGCOCK HISTORY ESSAY SCHOLARSHIP

Alexandra Redington-Noble, daughter of Gary Noble and Kimberly Redington, will be attending Ball State University to major in social work.

Kyleigh Renick, daughter of Gregory and Carla Renick, will attend Ball State University to study American Sign Language and special education.

MICHIGANTOWN HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP

Jade Crume is the son of John and Tina Crum. He plans to study agri-systems management.

Olivia Droke, daughter of Darrell and Peggy Droke, will be attending Indiana Wesleyan University to major in intercultural studies (missions) and elementary education.

WILLIAM AND DORIS MOHR SCHOLARSHIP FUND

Clinton Central High School:

Tyler Ottinger is the son of Todd and Ann Ottinger and he plans to attend Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis to study computer science.

Rachel Robertson, daughter of Andrew and Melissa Robertson, plans to attend Indiana University to study marketing and advertising.

Clinton Prairie High School:

Brianne Little is the daughter of Stanley and Tina Little and she will study interior design at Ball State University.

Adam Schrock, son of Kent and Patricia Schrock, will be attending Ball State University to major in actuarial science.

Frankfort High School:

Kara Byrd is the daughter of Tony and Grace Byrd and she will be attending Indiana University to study business.

Kyleigh Renick, daughter of Gregory and Carla Renick, will be attending Ball State University to study special education.

Andrew Sharp, son of Bob and Merie Sharp, has chosen to study visual communication at Ball State University.

Chadwick ‘Chad’ Strong, son of Michael and Lisa Strong, will be attending Purdue University to major in computer graphics technology.

Rossville High School:

Robert Hawkins, son of Alfred and Laura Hawkins, will attend Purdue University to major in engineering.

Tylyn Tull, daughter of Lorie Tull and the late Craig Tull, will study animal sciences at Purdue University in the fall.

Receiving renewal scholarships are: Chad Kingsolver, Aaron Rogers, John Robinson III, Carmen Stockberger, Tanner Deisch, Kayla Mosson, Christina Bailey, Erin Overman, Erick Myers, Shawn Walker, Sara Huskins, Collin White, Bernadette Frey, Zachary Nichols, Josue Ordaz, Katrina Bailey, Nicholas Goldsmith, Abby Lidester, Rachel Redington-Noble, Madison Donoho, Meredith Gant, Brittany Harmon, Haley Jaworski, Alissa Clawson, Kelsey Miller, John Mitchel, Geny Studebaker, Daniel Gascho, Brittany Heffernan.

MULBERRY HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP

Sabrina Huskins will be a senior at Manchester College studying biology/chemistry.

Amanda Krammes graduated this spring from Purdue University with a nursing degree.

GREG A. SCOFIELD SCHOLARSHIP

Tyler Ottinger is the son of Todd and Ann Ottinger and he plans to attend Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis to study computer science.

PHYLLIS M. WIDENER MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP

Andrew Rohrabaugh, son of Angela Rohrabaugh, will be attending Anderson University to study music.

Receiving a renewal is Abigail Barnett, daughter of Randall and Charlotte Barnett. She attends Butler University and studys music education.

J. ALLEN WYRICK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Jade Crume is the son of John and Tina Crum. He plans to study agri-systems management.

Devin Jaenicke, son of Kara Brown and stepson of Michael Brown, plans to study electrical engineering technology.

LILLY ENDOWMENT COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

These scholarships are being awarded from the Clinton County Community Foundation. The Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship committee and the grantmaking committee of the Foundation recommended to the Board of Directors that the finalists for the Clinton County Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship be awarded scholarships in recognition of their academic achievement, community and school involvement, potential for success and participation in the interview process. The following are the awardees for 2011:

CLINTON COUNTY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION SCHOLARS

David Adams, son of Bethany Adams and Michael Adams, is a graduate of Frankfort High School. He will be attending Taylor University in the fall, where he will be studying public relations and journalism.

Brianne Little, daughter of Stanley and Tina Little, is a graduate of Clinton Prairie High School. Brianne will study interior design at Ball State University.

Amanda ‘Mandy’ Loveless, daughter of Kevin and Brenda Loveless, is a graduate of Frankfort High School. She will be attending Purdue University to study nuclear engineering.

Chad Strong, son of Michael and Lisa Strong, is a graduate of Frankfort High School. He will attend Purdue University to study computer graphics technology.

Receiving renewal scholarships are: Tenley Catron, Britny Graves, Madison Donoho, Caroline Moore, Luke McLaughlin, Brooke Robinson and Collin White.

LILLY ENDOWMENT COMMUNITY SCHOLAR

The 2011 recipient of the Lilly Endowment Scholarship is:

Bethany Segraves, daughter of Douglas and Deborah Segraves, is a graduate of Clinton Prairie High School and plans to attend Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis to study Spanish.

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