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Local seniors awarded scholarships by Governor's Office of Community Service

Youth Serve Montana Scholarship intended to recognize, encourage volunteer service


April 26, 2019

From Governor’s Office of Community Service

HELENA — Local high school seniors were among the 100 that the Governor’s Office of Community Service, in partnership with Reach Higher Montana and Montana Campus Compact, awarded $1,000 scholarships.

The Youth Serve Montana Scholarship recognizes students’ dedication to community service and helps students who wish to attend school in Montana. They are intended to promote volunteerism and encourage young leaders to further their learning.

“These 100 students have given their time and energy to those who need it most and made their communities and Montana a better place to live,” Dan Ritter, executive director of the Governor’s Office of Community Service, said.

The local students who were winners of the 2019 Youth Serve Montana Scholarship, and the college they plan to attend, are:

Tyler J. Wanke of Chester, Montana State University in Bozeman.

Kourtney R. Hanson of Chinook, Montana State University Billings.

Paxtin R. McCann of Chinook, Carroll College.

Skylee P Dirden of Harlem, Montana State University-Northern.


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