Kiwanis Club of Ann Arbor Scholarship Awards to AAPS Students

The Kiwanis Club of Ann Arbor presented their annual awards to AAPS students at a breakfast on Tuesday, May 27, 2014.

 

These scholarships are awarded each year to honor four past members of the Kiwanis Club of Ann Arbor: Ralph Hunter, Ashley H. Clague, Rev. Charles W. Carpenter and Don L. Naylor.

 

The Hunter/Clague Scholarship recipients are selected based on their character, leadership, service to the community, academic performance and financial need.

 

Recipients:

Anabel Cruz, Community High

Madison Dutton, Huron High

Remington Reackhof, Pioneer High

Zena Shunnar, Skyline High

 

The Carpenter Scholarship recipients are selected based on their character, leadership, service to the community, academic performance and financial need. In addition, recipients are recognized for their involvement in the promotion of understanding between different racial or ethnic groups.

 

Recipients:

Yanet Osorio-Vazquez, A2 Tech

Fernando Gonzalez, Roberto Clemente

Hannah Shevrin, Community High School

Jennifer Ezeokobe, Huron High School

Aaliyah Jihad, Pioneer High School

Nicholas Durand, Skyline High School

 

The Naylor Scholarship recipients are selected based on their demonstrated proficiency in the field of automotive repair.

 

Recipients:

Andrew Schmidt, Pioneer High School

 

Additional scholarships were also awarded.

 

The Henne Scholarship Recipient:

Richard Wan, Huron High School

 

The Smith/Gray Scholarship Recipients:

Christina Chang, Community High School

Hailey Trossen, Skyline High School

 

The Ray & Eleanor Cross Foundation Scholarships awarded to pursue career paths.

Recipients:

Julia Smit, Skyline High School; to pursue a career in engineering at Michigan Technological University

Wambui Miriu, Skyline High School; to pursue a career in family planning and/or population issues

Yuxuan Chen, Skyline High School; to pursue a career in health care

Helen Januszewski, Community High School; to pursue a career in health care

 

Scholarships resulting from the collaboration between members of the Kiwanis Club of Ann Arbor and the Ray & Eleanor Cross Foundation were also bestowed.

Recipients:

Robert Freter, Pioneer High School; Amber Jean McEwen Memorial Scholarship

 

Eve Kausch, Community High School; Kathleen Barden-Perlberg & Robert J. Barden Scholarship

 

Noah Thompson, Pioneer High School; Rip & Judy Kinney Scholarship to pursue a career in education

 

Addison Coleman-Brewer, Skyline High School; Kiwanis Business Group Scholarship to pursue a career in business

 

Caylin Rozelle, Huron High School; Letitia Byrd Scholarship

 

Brandon Bertoia, Pioneer High School; Earl W. Shaffer Memorial Scholarship to pursue a career in business

 

London Renfroe-Lindsey, Roberto Clemente High School; Marilyn Malone Memorial Scholarship

 

Jonah Hourani, Huron High Schoool; Cliff & Ingrid Sheldon Scholarship

 

Marc Hester, Skyline High School; Eugene A. Glysson Memorial Scholarship to pursue a career in engineering at the University of Michigan

 

Fernando Rojo, Community High School; Mary Sexton & Robyn Menin Memorial Scholarship to pursue a career in family planning and/or population issues

 

Sheimah Husein, Pioneer High School; John & Claire Dahl Scholarship

 

Kevren Gatrell, A2 Tech High School

Cyrus Tidwell, Huron High School; Kiwanis Business Group Scholarship to pursue a career in business

 

Isabel Sandweiss, Community High School; Dean Al Gallup Scholarship

 

Jahri Sow, Skyline High School; Donald J. Kern Memorial Scholarship

 

Nathan Morningstar, Pioneer High School; Sheridan & Sallie Springer Scholarship

 

Rachael Mattson, Huron High School; Fred & Sara King Scholarship

 

Sheila Yalley, Skyline High School; Timothy A. Goff Memorial Scholarship

 

Citalxochilt Ramirez-Lopez, Pioneer High School; Bill & Karen Tasch and Dan & Adrienne Burroughs Scholarship

 

Margaret Wambui Munu, Skyline High School; Donald D. Kenney Memorial Scholarship

 

Yuan Lei, Huron High School; Bill & Phyllis Robb Scholarship

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  1. The scholarships are offered by the local Kiwanis clubs. They set the structure for selection and applications, I believe are posted on their websites every fall. Also high school counselors have the information as well.

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