Shelbyville Daily Union


May 20, 2014

SHS senior awards, scholarships presented


Outstanding Band Student- Most Dedicated: Kaitlin Hopper

John Philip Sousa Award: Kaitlin Hopper

Outstanding Math Student: Hannah Apple

Outstanding Math Student: Richard Zientara

Outstanding Day Care Student: Sarah Bogart

Outstanding Spanish Student: Julia Bolinger

Outstanding English Student - Mabel Dobyns Award 2014 : Becca Wheeler

Outstanding Science Student: Richard Zientara

Outstanding Senior Choir Student: Hannah Apple

Outstanding Senior Choir Student: Monica Griesemer

Most Dedicated Jazz Choir Student: Hannah Apple

Outstanding Speech Student: Holli Boarman

Outstanding Social Studies Student: Brittney Brown

Outstanding CAD Drafting Student: Cale Atkinson

Outstanding CAD Drafting Student: Garrett Ferguson

Outstanding Construction Student: Jacob Moore Outstanding Welding Student: Matt White

Outstanding Ag. Mechanics Student: Jeff Coleman

Outstanding Ag. Business Management Student: Matthew White

Outstanding Horticultural Student: Cwenton Williams

Outstanding Broadcasting Student: Helen Niemerg

Outstanding Business Student: Alexis Halbrook

Outstanding Technology Student: Holli Boarman Outstanding Foods Student: Lacy Barringer

Outstanding Art Student: Brooke Cieplik

Most Dedicated Art Student: Katelynn Price

Outstanding Service Award: Becca Wheeler

Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Scholarship: Matthew White

Community Banks of Shelby County: Richard Zientara

Joe & Alleen Stephen Nursing Endowment- $500: Holli Boarman

William & Dorothea Leach Endowment- $500: Sarah Bogart

Shelby County State Bank- $250: Kelsi Frederick

P & H Manufacturing- $825: Kelsi Frederick

Bob Pancoast Scholarship- 1,000: Elizabeth Raymond

Talented Student Award (Academic): Megan Knearem

Talented Student Award (Academic): Richard Zientara

American Red Cross Scholarship: Holli Boarman

Eastern Illinois University Scholarship: Drennian Martin

Indiana State University Network Scholarship: Monica Griesemer

Moose Lodge Scholarships: Amanda Sprague, Lindsey Eigsti, Zach Williams, Logan Manship, Rachel Sphar, Spencer Shadwell

Jackson Lodge #53- Eldon Banning Memorial Scholarship: Monica Griesemer, Morgan Voyles

Kiwanis- Key Club Scholarship: Monica Griesemer

South Central FS Scholarship: Jeffery Coleman

John Culumber Memorial Scholarship-Shelby Co. Farm Bureau Foundation: Kaitlin Hopper

Chris Barker Memorial Scholarship-Shelby Co. Farm Bureau Foundation: Amanda Cole

Shelby County Farm Bureau Foundation Scholarships: Jeffery Coleman, Elliott Smithson; Past Graduates: Joshua Hicks, Bryan Rodman

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