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L 2A Second Front Page May 29, 2003 Chris Case photo The Cuba High School Class of 2003 earned one-time and renewable scholarships and financial awards worth more than $650,000 to use in furthering their educational careers. Awards were handed out during a ceremony on Tuesday, May 20. • Scholarships awarded to CHS Class of 2003 are worth more than $650,000 CentinuedfromlA Scholarship, $500; Central Columbia College Leadership Craig Fieser: James J. Scholarship, $1,000 :' Zach Ruble: Cuba Athletic Boosters Scholarship, $500; Cuba Lions Club Scholarship, $200; First Community Bank LJ "Tick" Perkins Memorial Scholarship, $500; Julie Martin-Koch Memorial Scholarship, $500; Josh Callahan Memorial Scholarship, $100; Joan Sizemore Memorial Scholarship, $655; Central Methodist College Football Athletic Scholarship, $15,000; • entral Methodist College Track Athletic Scholarship, $t5,000 ($32,455 total) Becky Easler: MNEA Scholarship, $75 Kati Nilges: Cuba Free Press Scholarship, $500; Cuba Lions Club Scholarship, $500; Virginia Chymiak Education Scholarship, $1,000; Westminster College Scholarship, $24,000 ($26,000 total) Cati Teal: Cuba Lions Club Scholarship, i' $500; Taylor Publishing-Jaguar Yearbook Award, $2{; entral Bible College Academic Scholarship, $800; Central Bible College Southern Missouri Youth Ministries Award, $500 ($2,000 total) Stephanie Schuette: Cuba Athletic Boosters Scholarship, $500; Cuba" Teacher's Organization Scholarship, $250; First Community Bank Lucille Perkins Memorial Scholarship, $500; James J. Mullally Memorial Scholarship, $500; MSTA/CTA S0holarship, $150; Tri-C Missouri State University, $2,000 ($4,400 total) Susan West: Cuba Lions Club Scholarship, $500; Cuba Teacher's Organization Scholarship, $250; Knights of Columbus Scholarship, $250; MSTA/CTA Scholarship, $150; Merle & Marjorie Fleming Scholarship, $1,000; Peoples Bank Scholarship, $500; Southeast Missouri State University President's Scholarship, $6,000; Southeast Missouri State University Regent's Scholarship, $15,000; Southwest Missouri State University, $8,000; Missouri Southern State College, $7,000 ($38,600 total) Jennifer Guthrie: Cuba Lions Club Scholarship, $500 Jimmy West: Cuba Lions Club Scholarship, $200; Diane Yakovitz Memorial Scholarship, $852; Packard Scholarship, $500 ($1,552 total) Ashley Roedemeier: Cuba Lions Club Scholarship, $500; Tri-C Scholarship, $500; Southeast Missouri State University President's Scholarship, $6,000; University of Missouri-Kansas City Chancellor's Scholarship, $8,000; St. Louis University Ignation Tuition Scholarship, $14,000 ($29,000 total) Sarah Amsden: University of Missouri-Rolla Missouri Miner Scholarship, $8,000 Jill Dudley: Cuba Lions Club Scholarship, $500; University of Missouri Columbia Education Excellence Award, $6,000; Award, $4,000; Columbia College Academic Achievement Award, $6,000; Columbia College Achieving Curricular Excellence Scholarship, $22,725; Columbia College Missouri Bookstore Scholarship, $600 ($39,825 total) Stephanie Bouse: Cuba Lions Club Scholarship, $200; James J. Mullally Memorial Scholarship, $500; Peoples Bank Scholarship, $500; Trinity Chapel Presbyterian Scholarship, $1,000 ($2,200 total) Alexis Mueller: Cuba Lions Club Scholarship, $200; Trinity Chapel Presbyterian Scholarship, $1,000; Kansas City Art Institute, $24,000; Columbia College Art Award, $500; Columbia College Leadership Scholarship, $4,000 ($29,700 total) JT Mosley: Cuba Teacher's Organization Scholarship, $250; MSTA/CTA Scholarship, $150 ($400 total) . Seth Pyatt: Evangel College Vocal Music Scholarship, $4,o0o Jason Crow: Cuba Teacher's Organization Scholarship, $250; Knights of Columbus Scholarship, $200 ($450 total) Stephanie Hewkin: Trinity Chapel Presbyterian Scholarship, $1,000 Travis Pyatt: James J. Mullally Memorial Scholarship, $500; Missouri Valley College, $35,000; University of Missouri-Rolla Baseball Athletic Scholarship, $4,000 ($39,500 total) Mullally Memorial Scholarship, $500; Mid-State Lumber Scholarship, $1,000 ($1,500 total) Danielle Bridgeman: MNEA Scholarship, $75 David Headrick: University of Missouri-Rolla Missouri Miner Scholarship, $8,000; Southwest Missouri State University Academic Scholarship, $8,000 ($16,000 total) Military Bound Joining the armed services and receiving military awards to later pay for college tuition costs were: Travis Giesler: Army Education Fund, $32,400 Phillip Villemure: Navy College Fund (Engineer Prep School), $40,000 Michael Piersall: Navy College Fund (Airman), $32,400 Kevin Perry: Navy College Fund (Seabee Builder), $32,400 Neil Christopher: Navy College Fund (Construction Manager), $32,400 Travis Ness: Navy College Fund (Aviation/Boatman's Mate), $32,400 Carrie Dixon: Navy College Fund (Seaman Apprentice Program), $32,400; Navy Enlistment Bonus, $2,000 ($34,400 total) Chris Rulo: Navy College Fund (Engineer Prep School), $32,400 Zach Brown: Marine Education Fund, $32,400 Nick Fernandez: Marine Education Fund, $32,400 iTop Warhawks Chris Case photos Stacey Stephens was announced last Thursday night as Bourbon's Class of 2003 valedictorian. Jonathan Wiseman of Leasburg WJs ,recognized as the class salutatorian. Both will be attending college in the fall. The Cuba Free Press Subdivision's plan moving A representative for the that would fund the Woodland Heights public water supply district said last week the subdivision's plan to make improvements to their sewer system is "moving ahead and on schedule." The spokeswoman for the Sullivan subdivision, Janet Morrow, met with the county commission on May 19 to pro- vide what she termed "an update on where we are and where we're going" with the construction plan. The county has agreed to serve as a gov- ernment sponsor on Woodland Heights' Community Develop- ment Block Grant (CDBG) upgrades. Along with a replacement of the and according to Department of Resources, unsafe--sewer le residents in the area secure funding for a new! well and rebuild the infrastructure and new metering billing purposes. Construction on the lines is scheduled to late summer 2003. 68 that will be affected improvements. • State legislature being called Continued from IA their minds, and he Hanaway said the governor has launched a campaign of terror to scare voters into vot- ing for tax increase. "He know the voters have rejected tax increases three times in the last 10 months, that somehow he must change he can do it only by a list of horrible are going to Missourians," Hanaway J Holden says he social services budget it denies health "care income families and people from work to of the I Do you know what happened last week in The Cuba Free Press keeps you informed, so i I always know what's happening. Cuba Free Press 110 S. Buchanon, Cuba, MO 65453 * Pick up your copy of Cuba Press at the following locations : Maces Town & Country (both * Delano • Casey's General Store * Meramec Package II • Mobil . WaI-Mart • Phillips 66 . 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