Foundation Fund Recipients
Kailla Sam will begin her second year at the University of Wisconsin. During her freshman year she was a member of the Wisconsin Competitive Cheer Club, All University Orchestra and wrote articles for women at the campus newspaper. Kailla also took an active part in the Lao and Cambodian Student Association and worked with the group PAVE which is Promoting Awareness Victim Empowerment. In addition to her studies she tutored underprivileged children in math and literacy. Kailla enjoys science and math and has always been fascinated by the functions of human behavior and the human body. She is currently majoring in Psychology and looking to double major in Microbiology or Physiology.
Mae Mitchell will be a junior at Central Methodist University in Missouri. Her plan is to continue to major in Criminal Justice and minor in Psychology. She is still considering being a profiler when she graduates. Mae continues to play 3rd base in softball through the school. She also attends events through Fellowship of Christian Athletes and she has joined a sorority and has been busy with community service events and fundraising.
Jack Schol will begin his second year at Front Range Community College after which he plans to transfer to a 4 year college to obtain his bachelor’s degree. He continues to be interested in graphic design, engineering, industrial mechanics and mechanical design. Jack would like to own and work on classic hot rods. He also plans to continue with archery in which he excels.
Jenna Moore recently graduated from Longmont High School and she will begin her studies at Colorado State University in Ft. Collins this fall. Her goal is to achieve a degree in Music Performance and she has been accepted into the flute studio at CSU. Jenna’s flute performance has flourished in the six honor bands and orchestras she auditioned to join. She also has interest in the LEAP (Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Arts Advocacy and the Public) program in addition to a Creative Writing Minor offered at CSU.
Jared Wells will be a senior this year at Coe College in Iowa. He continues with his Physics and Math majors and he had the opportunity to work at Corning this past year. Jared is still interested in research and he has had one paper published and he is getting a 2nd paper ready to be published. He continues to run cross country and track but unfortunately had 2 stress fractures and then a bout of appendicitis which required surgery in April. Post-graduation Jared would like to obtain a job in one of the local space companies and eventually go to grad school and return to research.
David Wells attended the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs for his first semester last year and then transferred to CSU for his second semester. He will be going back to UCCS to begin his sophomore year this fall. While in high school David was a website designer for the school district and he helped make and update all of the district’s website and information. Post college he would like to get a job writing and updating programs for a good software company.
Margaret Patterson Scholarship
Kaitlyn Hickman is the recipient of the Margaret Patterson Scholarship and she will be a senior at Colorado State University in Ft. Collins. Kaitlyn continues to work on a major in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing. She received a marketing internship in Ft. Collins at the headquarters of Water Pik in April and she has held that job through the summer and into this next school year as well. Kaitlyn feels she may want to work for a company marketing their philanthropic efforts to the community and to their customers.