2022 Fall BB Class of 1959

BROKEN BOW – The Custer County Basis has awarded two distinguished scholarships to Damaged Bow college students: Don Davis Early Entry Entry Scholarships and Damaged Bow Class of 1959 Academic Scholarships have been awarded to a complete of 27 college students on their strategy to attending the Damaged Bow campus of Mid-Plains Group School. Every scholarship acknowledge college students who’re enrolled in twin credit score lessons.

Fifteen Don Davis Scholarships have been out there, and fourteen have been awarded: Brice Chaplin, Evan Cyboron, Zane Eggleston, Dalila Griffiths, Adrianna Kissell, Alexandira Morris, Brooklyn Moyer, Katherine Olson, Savanah Peterson, Taylor Schaaf, Cassidy Schweitzer, Lauren Svoboda, Emma Taylor, and Joshua Waterhouse have been the awardees.

Damaged Bow Class of 1959 Scholarship awardees (L to R): Left to Proper: Ann Holcomb, Bailey Motley, Terry Osborne, Jack Myers, Jessy Lowe, Noah Osmond, Taylor Schaaf, Tallen Harrold, and Janet Myers. Photograph credit score: Custer County Basis

Recipients of the Damaged Bow Class of 1959 Scholarship included eleven Damaged Bow college students: Elisabeth Collins, Max Denson, Caidyn Flenniken, Tallen Harrold, Jessy Lowe, Bailey Motley, Jack Myers, Brock Oeltjen, Noah Osmond, Maggie Smith, and MaKinley Tobey.

The Damaged Bow Class of 1959 Scholarship is awarded by the Custer County Basis, and might be used for the category through which the recipients are enrolling this upcoming spring. The Don Davis Scholarship is awarded to college students at the moment enrolled within the Early Entry Entry Program at MPCC’s Damaged Bow Campus. These eligible to obtain the ACE Scholarship should not eligible for both scholarship.

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