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[OCT. 7, 2004] 

Couch awarded Spatz Scholarship

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Stephanie Couch of Lincoln is this year's recipient of the Walter Spatz Scholarship at Lincoln College.

Couch, a 2004 Lincoln Community High School graduate, is studying general education courses with an emphasis on classes in the culinary arts. She is active with the Lincoln College swim team.

She is the daughter of Cindy Stover of Lincoln.

The Walter Spatz Scholarship is awarded to outstanding women students at Lincoln College. The scholarship is in memory of Walter Spatz who served on the Lincoln College board of trustees for 14 years.

Barr awarded Quisenberry Scholarship

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Lincoln College freshman Daryl Anne Barr of Beason is this year's recipient of the Lowell and Juanita Quisenberry Scholarship at Lincoln College.

Barr, a 2004 Lincoln Community High School graduate, is taking liberal arts courses at Lincoln College and plans to pursue a degree in education at Illinois State University. She is active with the Lincoln College swim team.

She is the daughter of Tony and Rene Barr of Beason.

The Lowell and Juanita Quisenberry Scholarship is awarded each year to a worthy student from central Illinois. The scholarship is in memory of Lowell and Juanita Quisenberry, who were members of the Lincoln College class of 1926. The award was established by Richard Quisenberry.

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Green awarded Alvey Scholarship

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Bobbi Green of Lincoln is this year's recipient of the Mary Irish Alvey Scholarship at Lincoln College.

Green, a 2004 Lincoln Community High School graduate, is taking liberal arts courses at Lincoln College.

She is the daughter of Stephanie Sablotny of Lincoln.

The Mary Irish Alvey Scholarship is awarded to a worthy student from Logan County and is given by the family of Mary Irish Alvey.

Doolin awarded Rotary Scholarship

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David Doolin is this year's recipient of the Lincoln Rotary Scholarship at Lincoln College. The $1,000 civic club scholarship is awarded annually.

Doolin, a 2003 New Wine Christian School graduate, is taking liberal arts courses at Lincoln College and plans to pursue a degree in mechanical engineering. He plans to attend a four-year university after earning an associate of arts degree at Lincoln College.

He is the son of Maurice and Donna Doolin of Lincoln.

The Rotary Scholarship is awarded to a worthy student in good academic standing. The scholarship was established to encourage young people to secure higher education. In particular, it encourages individual initiative in young people who are eager to earn an education through their own efforts and courage.

[Lincoln College news release]


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