Thank you, scholarship funders

Enumclaw High School would like to thank the following sponsors who generously contributed to 2017 local scholarships. Thank you for assisting our seniors in reaching their post-high school goals.

Enumclaw High School would like to thank the following sponsors who generously contributed to 2017 local scholarships. Thank you for assisting our seniors in reaching their post-high school goals.

Ak Anderson Memorial, Albert Bogden Memorial, Art Gamblin Memorial, Arts Alive!, Aspire Physical Therapy, Anna Mae Memorial Scholarship, Bob and Alice Campbell Memorial, Bob and Mary Nelson Leadership Scholarship, Cathy and Keith Matthews STEM Scholarship, Chapter EF of the PEO Sisterhood, Danish Sisterhood Lodge, EHS Class of 1962, EHS PTSO, Elinor E. Ulman Scholarship in the Visual Arts.

Enumclaw Band Boosters, Enumclaw Choir Boosters, Enumclaw Education Association, Enumclaw Helping Hands, Enumclaw Jaycees, Enumclaw Ladies Golf Club, Enumclaw Lions Club,Enumclaw Men’s Golf Club, Enumclaw Rotary Club 4-Way Test, Flintoff Vo-Tech Scholarship, Frankie’s Pizza, Gene Methven Memorial, Jean K. Lafromboise, Jean Waye-Henry Memorial, Jim Fugate Memorial, Joyce Marshall Memorial, Keith Person Memorial, Kipp Upper Scholarship.

Kirby Nelson Orthodontic, Lions Club Scholarship, Maple Valley Street Rats Car Club, Mary Lou and Frank Osborne Memorial, Masonic Lodge #109, Mike Freier Memorial, Mike Schipper Memorial, Molen Orthodontics, Mutual of Enumclaw, Perpetual Trust Scholarship, Public School Employees, Scott Maybay Memorial, Shod Nelson Memorial, St. Elizabeth Hospital, Tom Poe Memorial Scholarship, White River Credit Union/Linda Kleppe-Olson Scholarship, Calvary Presbyterian Church, Hope Lutheran Church, Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Trinity Lutheran Church.

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