Scholarship Recipients 2007

Community Foundation Scholars

BURLINGTON KIWANIS SCHOLARSHIP

Leann Cossairt, daughter of Terry and Bonnie Cossairt and gradate of Carroll Jr./Sr. H.S., will attend Indiana University-Kokomo to pursue a degree in elementary education.

INDIANA PACKERS SCHOLARSHIP

Brianne Stauffer, daughter of William Stauffer and Katrina Coghill, will be a freshman at Purdue University where she will study pre-veterinary medicine.

IRVING E. MANNING SCHOLARSHIP

Shane Clingenpeel, son of Kim Clingenpeel, will be a freshman at Purdue University where he plans to pursue a degree in chemical engineering.

Receiving renewal scholarships from the Irving E. Manning Scholarship Fund are:

Lori Smith, a 2006 graduate and daughter of Craig and Dana Smith, attends Saint Joseph's College.

Annette Miller, a 2005 graduate and daughter of Carroll and Norma Miller, attends Purdue University.

Sara Hensley, a 2004 graduate and daughter of Joe and Carolyn Hensley, attends Purdue University.

JOAN McCAIN SCHOLARSHIP

Brittany Sales, daughter of Mark Sales, plans to attend Indiana University to pursue a degree in business.

JOHN & MARY McCORMICK AGRICULTURAL SCHOLARSHIP

Brandi Brown, daughter of Teresa Brown, plans to attend Purdue University to pursue a degree in pre-veterinary medicine.

MID-NORTH INDIANA EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE FOR CHRIST SCHOLARSHIP

Bethany Hufford, daughter of Brian and Carla Hufford, plans to attend Indiana to pursue a degree in business/music.

Rebecca Jameson, daughter of Thomas and Cynthia Jameson, plans to attend Taylor University.

Jacob Peattie, son of Robert and Connie Peattie, plans to attend Grace College to pursue a degree in physical education.

LEWIS & HAZEL MULLIN SCHOLARSHIP

Brittany Sales, daughter of Mark Sales, plans to attend Indiana University to pursue a degree in business

DOROTHY STARK SCHOLARSHIP

Nathan Trapp, son of Larry and Susan Trapp, plans to attend Muscatine Community College to study farm management.

LILLY ENDOWMENT COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

The Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship Program is designed to raise the level of educational attainment in Indiana and to leverage further the ability of Indiana's community foundations to enhance the quality of life of the state's residents.

There were 19 qualified and eligible Carroll County students who applied for the scholarship. A committee of volunteers evaluated the applications and selected seven finalists who were interviewed by the Carroll County Community Foundation scholarship committee. These finalists, now the Carroll County Community Foundation Scholars, are:

CARROLL COUNTY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION SCHOLARS

Tyler Jenkins, son of Lyle and Cheryl Jenkins and graduate of Carroll Jr. /Sr. High School, plans to study agribusiness management at Purdue University.

Britney LaFollette, daughter of Kim LaFollette and John LaFollette and a graduate of Delphi H.S., plans to study pharmacology at Purdue University.

Alyssa Miller, daughter of Lisa Dague and Brian Miller and graduate of Twin Lakes High School, plans to study music education at Indiana University.

Caitlin Pritchett, daughter of Kimberley Dillman and Daniel Dillman and graduate of Delphi High School, plans to study architecture at Ball State University.

Nicole Spesard, daughter of Lance and Debra Spesard and graduate of Carroll Jr./Sr. H.S., plans to study nursing at Purdue University.

LILLY ENDOWMENT COMMUNITY SCHOLARS

Jennifer Hardyniec, daughter of Bruce and Loreen Hardyniec and a 2007 graduate from Carroll Jr. /Sr. High School will attend Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology to pursue a degree in civil engineering.

Keltie Lake, daughter of Randy and Tonya Lake and a 2007 graduate of Delphi Community High School, will be studying biology at DePauw University.

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