2021 Community Commitment Scholarship Winners Announced
BERRIEN SPRINGS, MI – June 8, 2021 – Honor Credit Union is proud to support local, outstanding high school seniors with the annual Honor Credit Union Community Commitment Scholarship. Twenty-three students throughout Michigan received $1,000 to be used towards furthering their education. Reinforcing Honor Credit Union’s dedication to supporting the local community, emphasizing extracurricular activities and what that means for applicants was included in the scholarship essay.
The following students exemplify community commitment and are positive role models for their community service and academic success:
- Jenna Andersen – Berrien Springs High School
- Jacklyn Alsbro – Berrien Springs High School
- Kady Roberts – Buchanan High School
- Morgan Granzow – Bridgman High School
- Kimberly Spaulding – Coloma High School
- Ethan Makowski – Decatur High School
- Erica Nash – Dowagiac Union High School
- Kaitlyn Stemm – Lakeshore High School
- Katelyn Lammi – Negaunee High School
- Sydney Skarbek – Niles High School
- Alexandra Goodwin – Otsego High School
- Charlee Bowers – Paw Paw High School
- Jayley Streeter – Plainwell High School
- Kelsey Mainstone – Quincy High School
- Sarah Stovern – Dowagiac Union High School
- Keira Canfield – Homeschool – Battle Creek
- Emma Nowak– Hackett Catholic Prep
- Mackenzie Malette – Gwinn High School
- Josephine Valima – Super Central High School
- Courtney Koch – St. Joseph High School
- Jessica Ford – South Haven High School
- Rachel Bowers – Union City High School
- Grace Weckwerth – Watervliet Senior High School
While this year held some uncertainties on whether school award ceremonies would be held, Honor team members thought outside the box to find other creative ways to present to recipients. One winner was even surprised in a “Publishers Clearing House” style presentation. Accompanied with a live video stream, balloons, and a large check, Honor’s Northern Michigan Regional Manager, Jamie Gollakner, arranged to surprise his scholarship winner at their home.
“Although, unlike Publishers Clearing House, we aren’t giving $1,000 every week for life, receiving the Community Commitment Scholarship is the start of building the foundation for future leaders,” commented Gollakner, “By being involved in our communities, these students are helping to make their community a better place.”
Honor Credit Union is proud to serve more than 91,000 members across the state of Michigan. Providing solutions for financial success and giving back to the communities it serves remain the driving forces behind Honor Credit Union. For more information, call 800.442.2800, or visit www.honorcu.com.
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