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Fund awards more than $50K to AHS graduates

June 18, 2012

Arrowhead High School has released its list of Arrowhead High School Scholarship Fund Recipients. These seniors were awarded their scholarships at a ceremony on May 16 at AHS. The Scholarship Fund gave away more than $50,000 in scholarship money.

Ann Marie Williams Memorial Scholarship, $500

Amanda Crook

Arrowhead Scholarship Fund, $500 recipients:

Helene Altmann, Cecilia Alvarez, Evan Barta, Amanda Bauer, Amanda Becker, Kathryn Berg, Rachel Bero, John Christianson, Kealey Clemens, Emily Dawes, Alexa DeBoth, Sean Denniston, Becky Doleschy, Ryan Eggert, Jessica Fraser, Anne Geschke, Megan Hirschfeld, Mark Jarchow, Megan Jones, Melissa Kelley, Stephanie Hein, Allsion Lund, Paul Lyons, Eric Mann, Lindsay Manock, Taylor McDowell, Claire McKinnon, Brittany McNellis, Alexandra Morgan, Erin Mortensen, Matthew Muccianti, Ben Nelson: Brian Olson, Kaitlyn Pennoyer, Matthew Peterson, Natalie Pierson, Ben Pomeroy, Catherine Purdy, Alexandria Quast, Kathryn Quinlan, Ryan Raut, Rachel Robbins, Nikolas Rohne, Elaine Romenesko, Abigail Schaber, Anna Scheibengraber, Trevor Schell, Kailey Schwarzenbacher, Annemarie Schweinert, Teagan Seneczko, Cooper Siepmann, Bridget Smith, Courtney Smith, Kaitlyn Tarala, Nicholas Weiss and Evan Yee

Arrowhead Scholarship Fund, $1,000 recipients

Sarah Barnett, John French, Katherine French, Sofia Garcia, Peyton Gunnison, Dana Holle, Garrett Kim, Allison Peplinski, Elizabeth Schmitt, Zachary Smith and Kaleigh Sullivan

Arrowhead Scholarship Fund, $2,000 recipients

Riley Pinkerton, Kaitlyn Reichl, Anthony Schroeder and Emylee Wulf

Arrowhead United Teacher Organization, $1,000

Rachel Auton, Emma Clawson and Robert Loke

Dave Lodes Scholarship, $500

Matthew Smaglick

Emanuelle & Haut Scholarship, $500

Ryan Glynn

Geoff Steinbach Scholarship, $500

Kelsey Wasilczuk

Gutschenritter Memorial Scholarship, $500

Kate Bednarke

Holzhauer & Hewit Scholarship, $1,500

Erik Altenburg and John Harter

Jeannette E. Gilbertson Scholarship, $500

Kailey Robbins

JT Hilligoss Memorial Scholarship, $1,000

Morgan Cummings

Lake Country Rotary Scholarship, $500

Connor Martz, Mary Purdy and Kasey Send

Lake Country Women's Club, $500

Anna Maurer and Brigid Transon

Marion H. Brandt Memorial Scholarship, $500

Mitchell Arnold

Oconomowoc/Hartland Masonic Lodge Scholarship, $1,000

Sara Bugliosi

Quad/Graphics, $500

Alex Kiesling and Allison Langenkamp

Ray Foster ASF Spirit Scholarship, $1,000

Kyle Plaumann

Robert C. Hughes Scholarship, $1,000

Jennifer Lauren Schindler

Styza Scholarship, $1,000

Aerwyn Debroux

Sussex Lions Club Scholarship, $1,000

Jacob Prodoehl

WaterStone Bank Scholarship, $1,000

Rachel Cole and Amber Krushas

William & Marion G. Johnson Scholarship, $1,000

Mary Hinzey

William Puchner Scholarship, $750

Taylor Koerber and Alyssa Kronberg

Women's Club of Hartland, $500

Kathleen Hobert

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