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Byline: The Register-Guard

EPUD announces EmPowering Scholarship

Michael Smucker of Junction City High School has been awarded a $500 EmPowering Scholarship from the Emerald People's Utility District. Recipients are EPUD customers who plan to attend Lane Community College in the fall.

Marist graduate wins Wells Fargo scholarship

Heidi Hoffman of Eugene has received a $1,000 scholarship from the Wells Fargo Team Members' Dependent Children Scholarship Program. A graduate of Marist High School, she plans to major in business at the University of Notre Dame.

Creswell student gets poem published

"Circumstance," a poem by Victoria DeLeon of Creswell, will be published in "Theatre of the Mind," a volume of poetry to be published by Noble House Inc. DeLeon is a 15-year-old student at Creswell High School.

Teen court participant wins scholarship

Anna Freedman, a graduate of South Eugene High School, has received a St. Olaf College Service Leadership Scholarship. The $3,000 award is presented to incoming students who have been active in the Lutheran Church, their communities or particular service projects.

Freedman is a founding member of the West Eugene Teen Court and has contributed more than 400 hours to the court since 1999.

The scholarship is renewable for each year a student attends St. Olaf, a residential college in Northfield, Minn.

Sheldon graduate wins grant, two scholarships

Christopher Pelow has been awarded a $12,800 Linfield College Competitive Scholarship and a $32,000 Ford Family Foundation Scholarship. The Sheldon High School graduate also received a $10,500-per-year Linfield grant.

Pelow plans to major in health and human performance at Linfield College.

Five area graduates win Konnie scholarships

Four graduating seniors from Elmira High School and one Triangle Lake High School graduate have been awarded $1,000 Konnie Memorial Scholarships.

The EHS students are Ruth Ames and Michelle Davis, who will major in performing arts at the University of Oregon; Aubrey Peek, who will study civil engineering at Oregon State University; and Hailey Sherritt-Morgan, who will major in chemistry, also at Oregon State University. …

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