The Foundation provides funds beyond the normal
operating budget for community educational programs not available
through tax revenues. The Foundation is a non-profit, independent
organization governed by a volunteer Board of Directors, who are
business and professional members of the community with a commitment
The Lincoln Community High School Foundation Board of Directors has
reviewed this yearís applicants and has made their scholarship
selections from the Senior Class of 2022.
The Arthur and Luella Gimbel Scholarship ($5,000) will be
awarded to Colt Kitner.
The LeRoy Allison Memorial Scholarship ($2,000) will be
awarded to Kathryn Slack.
The Jason Jones Memorial Scholarship ($2,000) will be awarded
to Garrett Slack.
The Debra L. Bree Memorial Scholarship ($1,000) will be
awarded to Julia Guzzardo.
The Vincent Beggs Scholarship ($1,000) will be awarded to
Scotty Battin, Andrew Bowman, Evan Cyrulik, Maura Gowin, Haven
Henry, Grace Mathon, Wiat Miller, Drake Rutledge, Ryen Stoltzenburg,
Alaina Taylor, and Savannah Welch.
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The Lincoln Community High School Scholarship
Foundation Scholarship ($1,000) will be awarded to Ethan Bivin,
Mackinze Carter, Drew Eimer, Andrew Graue, Trent Koehler, Reese
McCuan, Murphy Roate, Konnor Shaw, Brooklyn Summers, Griffen Turner,
and Lauren Worth.
The Edna Dehner Memorial Scholarship ($500) will be awarded
to Jacob Baker, Emma Boyd, Austin Erb, Abbie Glenn, Julia Guzzardo,
Makayla Koehne, Zadie Laubenstein, Evan Maynard, Cara McClellan,
Bailee Pineda, Alena Reed, Tori Schilling, Joshua Schleich, Garrett
Slack, Kathryn Slack, Abigail Smith, and Allison Woolard.
The James B. Maxwell Educational Memorial Scholarship ($500)
will be awarded to Drake Rutledge.
If you are interested in making a tax-deductible contribution in
order to provide enrichment opportunities for future students of
Lincoln Community High School, please contact the superintendentís
office or visit us on our website at www.lchsrailers.org under LCHS