Rotary Clubs of Vail, Edwards award $33K in scholarships |

Rotary Clubs of Vail, Edwards award $33K in scholarships

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Among the local Rotary Clubscholarship winners is Battle Mountain's Audrey Teague, who signed on to play soccer with Regis University.
Chris Dillmann | Daily file photo

The Edwards and Vail Rotary Clubs recently awarded a total of $33,000 in scholarships to 28 Vail Valley high school graduates:

Celia Badger, Colorado State University

Carter Baker, Western Colorado University

Lillian Benway, University of Oregon

Emma Blakslee, Bates College

Rilee Boyd, Colorado State University

Megan Collom, Cedarville University

Caleb Dennis, California Polytechnic State University

Avery Doan, Loyola Marymount University

Ella Dose, Metropolitan State University of Denver

Karlina Feduschak, Montana State University

Joseph Hall, Colorado School of Mines

Rachel Hanson, Community College of Denver

Hannah Hervert, Cornell University

Robert Hixon, University of Redlands

Connor Jenkins, University of Colorado

Bryce Jones, Colorado State University

Destiny Martinez, Colorado Mountain College

Audrey Plzak, University of Colorado

Harley Ralston, Metropolitan State University

Kevin Garcia Rios, Williams College

David Sandberg, National Outdoor Leadership School

Maria Saucedo, Colorado Mountain College

Mason Shahan, Colorado Mountain College

Addison Smith, Baylor University

Audrey Teague, Regis University

Diana Trifonova, University of Colorado

Jered Vargas, University of Colorado

Ashley Wagner, University of Denver

The local Rotary scholarship program began in the 1970s. The scholarship selection process includes an essay, an interview and a recommendation from a high school counselor. Current high school seniors who are interested in Rotary scholarships for the 2020 graduating year can contact Mike Glass at 970-390-2911.

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