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Enumclaw Rotary scholarships go to six from area schools
Enumclaw Rotary has announced the following scholarship recipients.
Alexis Lorenz, the daughter of Joe and Karen Lorenz of Enumclaw, graduated from Enumclaw High School with a 3.76 grade-point average and also received an associate of arts degree from Green River Community College. Active in all aspects of Enumclaw’s drama department, she has also participated in the choir and Girl Scouts. She plans to attend the University of Washington this fall to pursue a career as a geneticist. ($2,000 scholarship)
Sara Mongrain, daughter of Kelly Mongrain of Enumclaw, graduated from Enumclaw High School. She was a 4.0 honor student and senior class secretary. She dedicated herself to giving to the local community and beyond through her volunteer work with the food bank, Relay For Life, youth camps and with the Orphans Africa Organization. She plans to attend Graceland University in Iowa this fall and major in deduction with an emphasis in mathematics. ($1,000 scholarship)
Ryan Chynoweth, son of Regina and Tony Chynoweth of Enumclaw, graduated from Enumclaw High. A 3.99 honor student and varsity athlete, he took AP classes, participated in National Honor Society and turned out for football, basketball and track. He was captain of both the varsity football and basketball teams and was also senior class treasurer. He plans to attend Pacific Lutheran University and study mathematics education. ($1,000 scholarship)
Luke VanKooten, son of Priscilla VanKooten of Enumclaw, attended Collins Alternative Program. He received recognition of excellent work in both English and civics. He plans to attend Bates Technical College this fall and obtain a commercial drivers license. ($1,000 scholarship)
Hannah Miltimore, daughter of Richard and Heidi Miltimore of Buckley, attended White River High School. She was a 4.0 student and was on the honor roll, the president’s list and was named November’s Rotary Student of the Month. She was involved in several school groups including Club Interact, Friends of Rachel, dance team and varsity cheerleading. She plans to attend Eastern Washington University in the fall and ultimately plans to become an oral surgeon. ($1,000 Scholarship)
Chloe Sharp, daughter of Robert and Kim Sharp of Buckley, attended White River High School. With a 4.0 GPA she was also the senior class president and Interact Club president as well as a four-year varsity soccer player. Her awards include Outstanding Junior Award, Athletic Scholar Award and Rotary April Student of the Month. She plans to attend Washington State University in the fall and major in biology. Her ultimate goal is to become a physical therapist. ($1,000 scholarship).