Oskaloosa Residents Receive Scholarships To IHCC

OTTUMWA — Twenty-eight Oskaloosa-area residents have been awarded Indian Hills Community College scholarships for the 2019-2020 academic year. Those receiving the scholarships and the awards include:

Amaya Graham – Automotive Technology Club Scholarship
Johnathan Miller – Automotive Technology Club Scholarship
Ramsey Smith – Choir/Jazz Band Scholarship
Josh DeLong – Computer Software Development Club Scholarship
Collin Seastrand – Construction Trades Club Scholarship
Jacob Hacker – Employee Giving Scholarship
Alexis Hougland – Employee Giving Scholarship
Andrea Mitterer – Employee Giving Scholarship
Rachel Beary – Fisher-Dematteis Family Scholarship
Abigail Van Egmond – GOTEC Scholarship
Sydney Robbins – Jake & Margaret Bram Memorial Scholarship
Nicole Comstock – John P. Pothoven Perpetual Scholarship
Miranda Darrah – John P. Pothoven Perpetual Scholarship
Jilian Moyer – Occupational Therapy Assistant Scholarship
Angela Wilson – John P. Pothoven Perpetual Scholarship
Andrew Appleget – John P. Pothoven Perpetual Scholarship
Danielle Saville – John P. Pothoven Perpetual Scholarship
Megan Burke – Kathryn Johnson Trust Scholarship
Luc Rurup – Paul S. and Robert L. Shepherd Trust Scholarship
Beth Foglesong – Rising Star Scholarship
Alan Carmichael – Rosenman Academic Scholarship
Darian Jaquez – Rosenman Academic Scholarship
Madison Muir – Rosenman Academic Scholarship
Tucker Taylor – Rosenman Academic Scholarship
Katelyn Van Donselaar – Rosenman Academic Scholarship
Aaron Vos – Rosenman Academic Scholarship
Jonathan Champlin – Victoria Brown Memorial Scholarship
Miranda Teeter – Comeback Scholarship

The Indian Hills Foundation was created with the goal of providing scholarships to help deserving students enhance their lives through a college education. Since 1975, more than 19,700 students have been awarded over $19 million. Last year, 755 students received nearly $1.6 million in scholarships from the Indian Hills Foundation.
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