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Heather Bott, daughter of Dan and Michele Bott, will be a freshman at Ivy Tech Community College-Kokomo campus studying nursing.
Hannah Strasser, daughter of Tim and Kathy Strasser, will be a freshman at Purdue University where she will study Agricultural Economics.
Benjamin W. Bennington, son of Shelly and Paul Amich, will be a freshman at Indiana State University to pursue a degree in technology.
Receiving renewal scholarships from the Irving E. Manning Scholarship Fund are:
Nicholas Jones, a 2008 graduate and son of Troy and Rhonda Jones, attends Indiana State University.
Shane Clingenpeel, a 2007 graduate and son of Kim Clingenpeel, attends Purdue University.
Lori Smith, a 2006 graduate and daughter of Craig and Dana Smith, attends Saint Joseph's College.
James Wethington, son of James and Ellen Wethington, plans to attend IUPUI to pursue a degree in the history education.
Brock Farrell, son of Debbie Farrell and Gary Farrell, plans to attend Purdue University to pursue a degree in agricultural economics.
Anna Alber, daughter of Kevin and Elizabeth Alber and a 2009 graduate of Frankfort High School, plans to attend Taylor University to study elementary education.
Xan Gross, daughter of Sally Dirbas and Michael Gross, is a 2009 graduate of Clinton Central Jr. /Sr. High School. Xan plans to attend Hanover College to pursue a career in the medical field.
Danielle Whitlock, daughter of Adrian and Elaine Whitlock and a 2009 graduate of Pioneer High School, plans to attend Grace College to pursue a degree in elementary education.
Jim Reed, son of James and Kimberly Reed and a 2009 graduate, will be a freshman at Indiana State University planning to pursue a degree in English education.
Aspen Wallace, daughter of Todd and Jodie Wallace and a 2009 graduate of Delphi Community High School, will be attending Purdue University to study photography-related media.
The Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship Program is designed to raise the level of educational attainment in Indiana and to leverage further the ability of Indiana's community foundations to enhance the quality of life of the state's residents.
There were 20 qualified and eligible Carroll County students who applied for the scholarship. A committee of volunteers evaluated the applications and selected six finalists who were interviewed by the Carroll County Community Foundation scholarship committee. These finalists, now the Carroll County Community Foundation Scholars, are:
Sarah Griffin, daughter of Dale and Christina Griffin and graduate of Carroll Jr. /Sr. High School, plans to study pre-veterinary medicine at Purdue University.
Nicholi Kauffman, son of James and Maria Kauffman and a graduate of Delphi H.S., plans to study mechanical engineering at Purdue University.
Megan Leverenz, daughter of J. Scott and Cindy Leverenz and graduate of Twin Lakes High School, plans to study accounting at Purdue University.
Travis Martin, son of Mark and Karen Martin and graduate of Carroll Jr./Sr. High School, plans to study business/communications at Purdue University.
Hannah Strasser, daughter of Tim and Kathy Strasser and graduate of Delphi H.S., plans to study agricultural economics at Purdue University.
Shawneci Windell, daughter of Anji Kemp and graduate of Delphi H.S., plans to study event management at San Jose University.
Kevin Knaus, son of Merl and Janice Knaus and a 2009 graduate from Carroll Jr. /Sr. High School, will attend Butler University to pursue a degree in pharmacology.
Nicole Springer, daughter of Loretta Springer and Alan Springer and a 2009 graduate of Delphi Community High School, will be studying biology/chemistry at St. Joseph's College.