Scholarships for area Emporia St. students

By The Mercury

Scholarships are helping almost 1,200 Emporia State University students attending classes this academic year.

The 2012-13 allocation of scholarship awards is at $2,076,690.

Area students and the ESU scholarships they received include:

Christopher Booth, of Ogden, The Corbett Family Military Veterans Scholarship Fund

Matthew Ehlinger, of Fort Riley, Phi Delta Theta Alumni Club Scholarship

Kaitlyn Ekart, of Wamego, Bill Krug Scholarship and Empowering ESU Scholars

Kayla Fraley, of Manhattan, ESU Hornet, Foundation, Presidential Scholarships

Sertrice Grice, of Wamego, Elsie A. Borck Memorial Scholarship

Kenton Hallowell, of Manhattan, Phi Sigma Epsilon Scholarship

Dillon Johnston, of Westmoreland, Empowering ESU Scholars

Kamri Nehls, of Manhattan, ESU Hornet, Foundation, Presidential Scholarships

Kyle Pfizenmaier, of Riley, School of Business Scholarship

Mikhail Roedel, of Manhattan, Ellsworth C. Dent Scholarship

Brent Schuck, of Manhattan, Curtis and Virginia Musgrave Scholarship and Wayman Family Scholarship

Ally Switzer, of Dwight, First Presbyterian Church - Josephine Smith Scholarship

Ellen Weiss, of Manhattan, McPherson Family Scholars Fund

Catherine Wethington, of Wamego, Lewis J. and Ernest A. Braun Scholarship and Paul Wurtz Scholarship

Keeley Young, of Wamego, Boyd and Katy King Scholarship

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