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Press Release | May 20, 2021 – Foundation 191 awarded $120,850 to 84 Burnsville High School seniors at this year’s virtual Community Scholarship Awards Ceremony May 20.
“Our organization is honored to facilitate and host the annual Burnsville High School Community Scholarship program. Through our partnership with the high school and other local community groups and individuals, we are able to recognize these outstanding seniors as they move to the next step in their educational careers. This year has presented unprecedented challenges. However, we have a dedicated scholarship committee who have worked tirelessly to not only ensure that the process moved forward, but that the students were still celebrated with a virtual ceremony. This truly is a community effort,” said Robbie Bunnell, Foundation 191’s president.
Scholarship donors and recipients are: American Legion Post 643 (Savage), Alexis Bunnell, Andrew Bunnell; Apple Autos, Nhu Y Nguyen ; BA 191 Ken Slipka Baseball Scholarship, Zachary LaMotte; BHS Student Council, Alexis Bunnell, Andrew Bunnell, Henry O’Brien; BHS Tennis Scholarship, Brooke Haddorff, Morgan Krumwiede, Hannah Lake, Mara McMahon, Ruby Pozorski, Maria Widen; Burnsville American Legion Community Scholarship, Andrew Bunnell, Kylie Krick; Burnsville Association of Educational Assistants, Melissa Datres; Burnsville Athletic Club Scholarship, Adnan Adan, Alexis Bunnell, Grace Milhaupt, Natalie Teal; (more…)
If you are interested in becoming a scholarship donor, or making a memorial contribution to the Foundation 191 Memorial Scholarship, please contact Pat Christiansen. To see a complete list of current donors, visit our BHS Community Scholarship Page.Back to Top
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