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FDLTCC Foundation awards 44 scholarships

The Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College Foundation announced the 2010 fall semester scholarships were awarded to 44 current students at the college. Scholarship recipients are selected through a competitive process, based on established criteria. The following students received scholarships from the Foundation:

President's Scholarship - Steve Allard of Cloquet

Peter DuFault Scholarship - Elizabeth Borgh of Superior, Wis., and Amy Wise of Cloquet

Enbridge Energy Scholarship - Amber Despot of Carlton, Kristi Gregory of Cloquet, Peter Ravinski of Duluth, Justin Roberts of Tallahassee, Fla., and Rachel Weller of Cloquet

Academic Scholarship - Kurt Pederson of Cloquet

In Memory of Jack Scholarship - Robert Budreau Sr. of Cloquet, Patricia Maciewski of Cloquet and Patricia Jo Savage of Cloquet

Part-Time Student Scholarship - Traci Reimers of Cloquet

LaMarche Creek Scholarship - Kimberly Shaw of Duluth and Andrew Wizik of Duluth

Lake Country Power Scholarship - Pamela Anderson of Cloquet, Michael Barney of Brookston, James Couture of Cloquet, Kayla Cresap of Cloquet, Grant Crider of Willow River, Adam Crow of Esko, Kathleen Dagger of Carlton, Torey Haluptzok of Esko, Desirae Herzuck of Cloquet, Tiffany Higbee of Cloquet, Alyssa Holmes of Cloquet, Stephen Holmes of Cloquet, Samantha Isaacson of Cloquet, Misti Jewell of Duluth, Julie Jones of Floodwood, Aasta Lewis of Cloquet, Linda Martin-Proulx of Cloquet, Jacob Miller of Cloquet, Shelden Misquadace of Cloquet, Noel Reynolds of Cloquet, Patricia Sipola of Cloquet, Abraham Sutherland of Hinckley, Victoria Thomas of Cloquet, Robert Van Zile of Cloquet, Tarajee Wilson of Moose Lake, Harrison Woods of Mobile, Ala., and Russell Young of Cloquet.

The FDLTCC Foundation awards scholarships each semester to deserving students. Funds to support the scholarships come from generous donations of individuals, families, businesses and organizations. The FDLTCC Foundation will award approximately $40,000 in student scholarships during the 2010-2011 academic year.

The mission of the Foundation is to enhance the fiscal stability and visibility of Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College. Through its activities, the Foundation increases access to educational opportunities, improves the quality of life of students, and helps create an environment that promotes the spirit of giving to build a prosperous, healthy community for the future. For more information about the Foundation, contact Reid Haglin at 218-879-0822.