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LCHS Foundation names this year's scholarship recipients

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[May 11, 2012]  The board of directors of the Lincoln Community High School Foundation met on Wednesday and made their scholarship selections from student applications from the Class of 2012. Winners are:

The James E. Heinzel Memorial Scholarship, four years at the ISU tuition rate, was awarded to Tara Shane, who will be attending DePaul University in Chicago in the fall. Tara plans to major in public relations.

The LeRoy Allison Memorial Scholarship, $1,500, was awarded to Ethan Anderson.

The Ross Conrady Scholarship, $1,000, was awarded to Cameron Harnacke.

The Lincoln Community High School Class of 1940 Scholarship, $1,000, was awarded to Andy Krusz.

The Vincent Beggs Scholarship, $1,000, was awarded to Ethan Anderson, Logan Armbruster, Matt Barker, Sara Buchanan, Morgan Conrady and Emily Fletcher.

The Lincoln Community High School Foundation Scholarship, $1,000, was awarded to Victoria Haferkamp, Alexa Harbour, Kayla Huskins, Angela Kelley, Morgan Kincheloe, Austin Kirby, Andy Krusz, Anna Maxwell, Angie Ruff and Rachel Skelton.

The Edna Dehner Scholarship, $500, was awarded to Brittney Bone, Haley Fry, Jordan Gesner, Donald Hatfield, Clayton Irwin and Lauren Soebbing.

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The Lincoln Community High School Foundation has been created to enrich lifelong learning programs and provide educational opportunities for LCHS students. The foundation provides funds beyond the normal operating budget for community educational programs not available through tax revenues. The foundation is a nonprofit, independent, tax-exempt organization governed by a volunteer board of directors who are business and professional members of the community with a commitment to education.

If you are interested in making a tax-deductible contribution in order to provide enrichment opportunities for future students of Lincoln Community High School, contact the superintendentís office at 217-732-4131, ext. 222, or

[Text from file received from Lincoln Community High School]

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