LARNED — Three scholarship foundations in Pawnee County have announced 2022 scholarship recipients.
2022 Bach Scholarships
The Bach Scholarship Foundation announces the 2022 Bach Scholarship recipients are Aylice Clawson, Jarett Seeman, Braden Colglazier and Cagney Lemuz. The alternates in order of their ranking are Rebekka Winters and Reed McNett.
These scholarships were awarded following recommendations from the members of the Bach Scholarship Foundation, who reviewed the applications from Pawnee County students graduating this spring from the two Pawnee County high schools. Following the wishes of Roy Peter Bach and the guidelines as set forth in the application, the applicants must be accepted into an accredited four-year university, two-year junior college, vocational college or vocational training program. Preference will be given to vocational fields of study, including agricultural, automotive and diesel mechanics, electrical, health fields, etc. Scholarships are renewable for the second additional year, if recipient reapplies and is selected a second time.
Aylice Clawson is the daughter of Darin Clawson and Donita Clawson; Jarett Seeman is the son of Dale Seeman and Audra Seeman; Braden Colglazier is the son of Bradley Colglazier and Christie Colglazier; Cagney Lemuz is the daughter of Jason Lemuz, Cathy Nau, and Rebecca Lemuz; Rebekka Winters is the daughter of Brad Froetschner and Faith Froetschner, and Reed McNett is the son of Douglas McNett and Jennifer McNett.
Cliff and Nina Fell
The Cliff and Nina Fell Foundation and Trust announces its 2022 scholarship recipients. They are: Quade Cobb, Creighton Haney, Elizabeth Rasmussen and Cagney Lemuz.
Scholarships are awarded by a screening committee and are based on a combination of academic records, financial need and references. College admission test scores are an important factor also.
The scholarships were created by Cliff and Nina Fell as part of their estate planning. The scholarship foundation came into being at the death of Nina Fell in 1994 and since that time has been giving scholarships to Pawnee County high school seniors. Each recipient for 2022 receives a $2,500, non-renewable scholarship.
Quade Cobb is the son of Michael Haney and Melissa Haney; Creighton Haney is the son of Michael Haney and Melissa Haney; Elizabeth Rasmussen is the daughter of Keenan Rasmussen and Hannah Rasmussen; Cagney Lemuz is the daughter of Jason Lemuz, Cathy Nau, and Rebecca Lemuz
The Jordaan Foundation Inc. announces the 2022 Jordaan Scholars: Adam Hands, Samantha Haney, Kathryn Holt, Jordanne Wagner and Luke Wilson.
For 50 years, the Jordaan Scholarships have been awarded to students graduating from the high schools located only in Pawnee County. Each scholarship provides $12,000, payable $3,000 per year during the student’s under-graduate or graduate college or university career for four years, upon the condition that scholastic eligibility continues to be maintained.
The alternates to receive the awards for this year or succeeding years, if any of the five winners become ineligible are, in order of their ranking: Cagney Lemuz, Quade Cobb, Creighton Haney, Jarett Seeman and Brayson Bird.
Scholarships were awarded following recommendations of the screening committee who reviewed applications from Pawnee County residents who are graduates this spring of the two Pawnee County high schools. Scholarships were awarded on a combination of scholastic record, financial need, character references and recommendations, with college potential as measured by College Admission Tests and other criteria.
The Screening Committee is composed of representatives from each of the two high schools in Pawnee County and others appointed by the Jordaan Board. The Screening Committee reviewed all of the applications in detail.
The scholarships are restricted to Pawnee County students attending Kansas colleges or universities as provided in the Last Will and Testament of Dr. John Jordaan, former Larned resident. The Foundation Trust, created by Dr. Jordaan, was limited to civic, educational, charitable and benevolent purposes within Pawnee County, Kansas.
Adam Hands is the son of Tracy Hands and Jana Hands; Samantha Haney is the daughter of Robert Armstrong and Cayte Armstrong; Kathryn Holt is the son of Kevin Holt and Kista Holt; Jordanne Wagner is the daughter of Michael Wagner and Jamie Wagner; Luke Wilson is the son of Dustin Wilson and Amy Wilson; Cagney Lemuz is the daughter of Jason Lemuz, Cathy Nau, and Rebecca Lemuz; Quade Cobb is the son of Michael Haney and Melissa Haney; Creighton Haney is the son of Michael Haney and Melissa Haney; Jarett Seeman is the son of Dale Seeman and Audra Seeman; and Brayson Bird is the son of Randy Bird, Emily Racette and Michael Racette.