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CLARK COUNTY MUSIC TEACHERS ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIPS

The Clark County Music Teachers Association awarded scholarships to five singers at the conclusion of a recital on June 1. Scholarships totaling $2,250 were awarded to these recent high school seniors, who all plan to major in music at Washington colleges this fall: Michael Ash, Katie Kibota, Nick Stevens, Bailey White and Mackenzie Wright. Ash and Stevens have studied with teacher April Duvic, and Kibota, White and Wright have studied with teacher Linda Appert.

NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS

Four Clark County high school graduates have won college-sponsored National Merit scholarships. The awards provide between $500 and $2,000 annually for up to four years of study.

The winners are: Marissa E. Dean, a graduate of a home-school program, who plans to study medicine at the University of Idaho; Rachel M. Fadlovich, a graduate of Camas High School, who plans to study biology at Arizona State University; Annie J. Song, a graduate of Mountain View High School, who plans to study computer science at University of Southern California; and Alexander J. Trostle, a graduate of Union High School, who plans to study biomedical engineering at the University of Arizona.


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