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May 3, 2014

Education Newsmakers: 05/03/2014

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n The Zonta Club of Leelanau County awarded scholarships in public affairs to three area students. Megan E. Bordenhagen, of Suttons Bay Public School, received $1,250, will attend Northwestern Michigan College and hopes to become a civil rights lawyer. Hollie Nichole Dowd, of Glen Lake Schools, received $750, hopes to become a physician and be part of Doctors without Borders. Christina Amalfitano, of St. Mary High School, received $500 and hopes to acquire a degree in business and computer graphics.

 

 

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