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Topeka program recognizes Fort Hays scholarship winners from area schools

By The Mercury

HAYS — Students from 14 Kansas counties were recognized for the scholarships they have been awarded from Fort Hays State University at the recent Student Recognition Program in Topeka.

Junction City High School

• Ashley Evans, a 2014 Junction City High School graduate, accepted a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in teacher education. Evans, daughter of Dale and Rhonda Evans, Junction City, plans to major in education.

 

Manhattan High School

 

• Paul Bergeron, a 2014 Manhattan High School graduate, accepted a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in biology and an $800 Hays City Silver Academic Award. Bergeron, son of Larry and Nicole Bergeron, Manhattan, plans to major in biology.

• Zoey Botkin, a 2014 Manhattan High School graduate, accepted a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in art and a $700 Fort Hays Bronze Academic Award. Botkin, daughter of Scott and Nancy Botkin, Manhattan, plans to major in art.

• Bryce Irvine, a 2014 Manhattan High School graduate, accepted a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in art. Irvine, son of Mike and Tammy Irvine, Manhattan, plans to major in art education.

• Jessie Kujawa, a 2014 Manhattan High School graduate, accepted a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in teacher education. Kujawa, daughter of Ray and Molly Kujawa, Manhattan, plans to major in teacher education.

• Allison Olsen, a 2014 Manhattan High School graduate, accepted a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in art and an $800 Hays City Silver Academic Award. Olsen, daughter of Ronald and Stephanie Olsen, Manhattan, plans to major in art.

 

Onaga High School

 

• Lane Minihan, a 2014 Onaga High School graduate, accepted a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture and a $500 Copper Academic Award. Minihan, son of Mark and Carol Minihan, Wheaton, plans to major in animal science.

• Tyler Murray, a 2014 Onaga High School graduate, accepted a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Murray, son of Tim and Lori Murray, Wheaton, plans to major in agriculture.

• Matt Rezac, a 2014 Onaga High School graduate, accepted a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Rezac, son of Jay and Stacy Rezac, Onaga, plans to major in agriculture.

 

Wabaunsee High School

 

• Shelby Savage, a 2014 Wabaunsee High School graduate, accepted an $800 Hays City Silver Academic Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in biology. Savage, daughter of Michael and Nicole Savage, Paxico, plans to major in biology.

 

Wamego High School

 

• Dallas Holz, a 2014 Wamego High School graduate, accepted a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Holz, daughter of Steven and Teresa Holz of Belvue, plans to major in agricultural business.









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