SM grads net $500K in scholarships

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The St. Maries High School Class of 2017 earned more than $500,000 in scholarships and grants.

Several students will receive $98,400 as they enlist with the country’s armed forces through the Post 911 GI Bill. Students and their branches of service are, Sage Butterfield, Air Force; Krystal Stufflebeem, Army; Donaven Rottini, Coast Guard; and Jared McGregor, Navy. In addition, Saige also received a University of Idaho academic achievement scholarship for $2,000.

Bryant Asbury earned two $500 scholarships – the Elizabeth Curtis Scholarship Trust and Robert Marzulli Memorial Scholarship. Patrict Asbury received a $1,000 North Idaho College Foundation Scholarship and a $500 Kaleb Brown Memorial Scholarship.

Alexis Cobb dons her gown.

Alexis Cobb dons her gown.

Kelsey Auer netted more than $10,000 in scholarship money. She received the following: $500 Benewah Community Hospital “Grow Your Own” Scholarship; $1,500 Bob Lust Memorial – SMHS Volleyball Scholarship; $500 David M. Memorial Memorial Medical Scholarship; $1,000 Elizabeth Curtis Scholarship Trust; $3,500 Idaho Opportunity Scholarship; $2,000 Presidential Scholarship from Lewis Clark State College; $1,000 Book Scholarship from Lewis Clark State College; $1,424 North Idaho College Women’s Basketball Student Athlete Scholarship; $1,000 North Idaho College Foundation Scholarship; $500 Robert Marzulli Memorial Scholarship; and $2,200 St. Maries Distinguished Young Women Scholarship.

Jordan Bassinger earned three: $400 Archie’s IGA Hometown Proud Award; $1,000 Elizabeth Curtis Scholarship Trust; and $4,000 University of Idaho Academic Achievement. Classmate Mattea Bergland earned five including $500 Elizabeth Curtis Scholarship Trust; $500 Elks Vocational Scholarship; $3,500 Idaho Opportunity Scholarship; $400 Kiwanis Vocational Scholarship; and $1,000 North Idaho College Foundation Scholarship.

Anthony McKuin visits with friends.

Anthony McKuin visits with friends.

Jordan Blood earned two $400 scholarships, the first from a Kiwanis Vocational Scholarship and the second a North Idaho College Foundation Scholarship. Elizabeth Bloomsburg received six scholarships: $200 Alumni Association Scholarship; $500 Elizabeth Curtis Scholarship Trust; $300 Idaho Opportunity Grant; $1,500 Kootenai County Farm Bureau Scholarship; $1,366 Frank Albright Scholarship; and $500 Worley Town and Country Club Scholarship.

Carley Chase was the recipient of the $500 Sylvia and Russ Thornbrugh Scholarship. Alexis Cobb received a $1,000 Foundation Scholarship from North Idaho College. Maddie Dittman earned six scholarships: $500 Benewah Community Hospital “Grow Your Own” Scholarship; $500 Dr. Thomson Kiwanis Memorial Scholarship; $500 Elizabeth Curtis Scholarship Trust; $1,500 Lewis Clark State College Provost Scholarship; $500 Margaret Mary Bauer Nursing Scholarship; and $1,650 St. Maries Distinguished Young Women Scholarship.

Michael Ebert netted more than $4,000. He received $1,000 Benewah Community Hospital “Grow Your Own” Scholarship; $500 Counselor Leadership Scholarship; $1,000 Elizabeth Curtis Scholarship Trust; $1,000 Karen Ebert Memorial Scholarship; $1,500 Lewis Clark State College Provost Scholarship; and $500 Thurston Memorial Scholarship.

Ashanna Dennis places her tassel.

Ashanna Dennis places her tassel.

Dylan Edwards earned a $500 Brandon Avalos Memorial Scholarship; $1,000 Elizabeth Curtis Scholarship Trust; $500 Gannon Family Scholarship; $3,500 Idaho Opportunity Scholarship; and $1,000 University of Idaho Academic Achievement Scholarship. Mallory Edwards tallied three: $500 Alyce Broyles Memorial Scholarship; $500 Elizabeth Curtis Scholarship Trust; and $1,000 North Idaho College Foundation Scholarship.

Toni Eels netted $2,200 with an Academic Achievement Scholarship from the University of Idaho ($2,000) and money from Distinguished Young Women ($200).Dakota Garber earned a $1,000 North Idaho College Foundation Scholarships.

Earning 10 scholarships, Keifer Gibson was the recipient of the following: $250 Bill Anderson/KOFE Radio Scholarship, $500 Elks Most Valuable Student (MVS) Scholarship; $500 Elks Vocational Scholarship; $400 Kiwanis Vocational Scholarship; $2,000 Presidential Scholarship at Lewis Clark State College and $1,000 Book Scholarship; $500 Lumberjack Booster Club Scholarship; $500 Robert Marzulli Memorial Scholarship; $500 Tony Piccinini Scholarship; and $1,000 West St. Joe Wildland Fire Scholarship.

Hunter Hagan received a $500 Elizabeth Curtis Scholarship Trust and a $250 Julia Peters Memorial Scholarship. Karry Harelson earned a $500 Elks Vocational Scholarship and $1,000 Foundation Scholarship at North Idaho College.

Five scholarships went to Jensyn Harmon including a $1,000 Benewah Community Hospital “Grow Your Own” Scholarship; $1,500 Bob Lust Memorial SMHS Volleyball Scholarship; $500 Elizabeth Curtis Scholarship Trust; $300 Kiwanis Scholarship; $1,000 Kootenai County Police and Fire Memorial Foundation; and $1,000 North Idaho College Foundation Scholarship.

Marie Harvey earned $200 from Distinguished Young Women. Gabrielle Hatley-Lewis received $700 from the same program and also earned $500 Elizabeth Curtis Scholarship Trust; $3,500 Idaho Opportunity Scholarship; $500 Linda K. Best Memorial Education Scholarship; and $2,000 University of Idaho Academic Achievement Scholarship. Kayla Hodge earned $1,950 from Kiwanis Scholarship, $300, Distinguished Young Women, $650, and North Idaho College Foundation Scholarship, $1,000. Shelby Holder earned four: $250 Bill Anderson/KOFE Radio Scholarship; $500 Elizabeth Curtis Scholarship Trust; $250 Karen Ebert Memorial Scholarship; $1,000 University of Idaho Academic Achievement Scholarship.

Matthew Hodgson netted eight scholarships including $500 American Legion Auxiliary Scholarship; $1,000 Elizabeth Curtis Scholarship Trust; $750 Elks MVS Scholarship; $3,500 Idaho Opportunity Scholarship; $300 Kiwanis Scholarship; $1,390 Earl and Christine M. Kidder Scholarship; $300 Idaho Opportunity Grant; and $2,610 University of Idaho Academic Achievement Scholarship.

Emma Hofmaister earned $1,390 Earl and Christine M. Kidder Scholarship; $500 Elizabeth Curtis Scholarship Trust; $500 Elks MVS Scholarship; $3,500 Idaho Opportunity Scholarship; $300 Idaho Opportunity Grant; $100 KJAX Scholarship; $1,000 Margaret Blackinger Pearson Memorial Scholarship; $400 PEO Girl of the Year; $400 Distinguished Young Women; and $1,610 University of Idaho Academic Achievement Scholarship.   Julia Luchini earned $1,000 North Idaho College Foundation Scholarship and $1,450 Distinguished Young Women.

Brady Martin received $1,000 Eagles Aerie 2012 Scholarship; $1,042 North Idaho College Foundation Scholarship; and $2,000 University of Idaho Academic Achievement Scholarship. Dawson Marunde also received University of Idaho Academic Achievement Scholarship for $1,000. Nathan Masterson netted three scholarships. He earned a $250 SMEA Scholarship as well as $10,377 University of Montana Western Athletic WUE Scholarship and a Room Scholarship, $1,376.

Hunter Megee earned a NIC Foundation Scholarship, $1,000, and $299 Archie’s IGA Hometown Proud Award. Gage Mitchell netted a $1,000 Elizabeth Curtis Scholarship Trust; $3,500 Idaho Opportunity Scholarship; $1,000 NIC Foundation Scholarship; $2,000 U of I Academic Achievement Scholarship; and $500 Lumberjack Booster Club Scholarship.

Earning a total of five scholarships, Kaylene Peet netted more than $5,000. She received $200 Alumni Association Scholarship; $1,500 Bob Lust Memorial SMHS Volleyball Scholarship; $2,000 Boise State Scholarship; $1,000 Elizabeth Curtis Scholarship Trust; and $4,000 U of I Academic Achievement Scholarship.

Classmate Kayla Porter earned $223 Archie’s IGA Hometown Proud Award. Aspen Presley received $500 4-H Youth Development Scholarship; $500 Avista Outstanding 4-H Member for Benewah Community; $500 Elizabeth Curtis Scholarship Trust; $250 Gannon Family Scholarship; $300 Idaho Opportunity Grant; and $500 U of I Academic Achievement Scholarship. Kyle Rauch earned four: $1,390 Earl and Christine M. Kidder Scholarship; $500 Elizabeth Curtis Scholarship Trust; $500 Jim Sharron Elks Memorial Scholarship; and $2,610 U of I Academic Achievement Scholarship.

Jaidyn Reynolds received $750 Elks Vocational Scholarship; $1,000 NIC Foundation Scholarship; and $3,000 Rotary STRIVE Scholarshihp. Jacob Seiler netted $500 Elizabeth Curtis Scholarship Trust; $300 Idaho Opportunity Grant; and $1,000 U of I Academic Achievement Scholarship.

Seven scholarships were earned by Ryker Silflow including $200 Alumni Association Scholarship; $250 Eagle Scout Scholarship; $500 Elizabeth Curtis Scholarship Trust; $750 Elks MVS Scholarship; $300 Idaho Opportunity Grant; $300 Kiwanis Scholarship; and $1,800 U of I Academic Achievement Scholarship.

Willow Walrod earned $1,000 Elizabeth Curtis Scholarship Trust, $300 Idaho Opportunity Grant; $1,000 U of I Academic Achievement Scholarship; and $3,500 Idaho Opportunity Scholarship.

Finally, Dakota Wilson earned $250 Snow Riders Scholarship; $1,041 NIC Foundation Scholarship; and $400 Kiwanis Vocational Scholarship.

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