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CCS names awards recipients

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The following is a partial list of area students who have received scholarships from the Community College of Spokane for the 2005-06 academic year.

Recipients are listed by their hometowns with the name of the scholarship and award amount.

Airway Heights: Christopher Mundall, Max Snyder Scholarship, $1,200.

Chattaroy: Dianne Kasinger, Eikrem Scholarship, $1,500; Alexander Marinos, R. L. Hanson Scholarship, $1,800; Kara Van Tine, Touch the Future Scholarship, $1,983.

Cheney: Raymondo De La Cruz, AGC Civil Engineering Scholarship, $800.

Clayton: Amber Fowler, Sprint Scholarship, $1,800.

Colfax: Dani Dawson, Alma Treede Scholarship, $900; Willard Morgan, Touch the Future Scholarship, $1,983; Lisa Thompson, Bob Baker Scholarship, $1,800.

Colton: Natalie Stout, Stevenson Family Scholarship, $750, and Bob Baker Scholarship, $1,800.

Colville: Kathleen Kingsbury, Pence Health Science Scholarship, $1,500; Rikki Lundquist, Touch the Future Scholarship, $1,983; Christopher Mayer, WestCoast Hospitality Scholarship, $1,000; Molly Smith, Gary Douvia, Scholarship, $600.

Creston: Nicole Conway, Dale Wilson Scholarship, $2,250; Stacey Finch, Dale Wilson Scholarship, $2,250; Nancy Runkel, Kendall Family Scholarship, $1,983.

Davenport: Kitara McClure, Dale Wilson Scholarship, $2,250.

Deer Park: Cassandra Dierks, Pence Health Science Scholarship, $1,500; Jody Morse, Dale Wilson Scholarship, $2,250.

Elk: Jesse Grauberger, Health Science Scholarship, $1,000.

Harrington: Collin Fitzpatrick, Dale Wilson Scholarship, $2,250.

Hunters: Charlie Dashiell, Touch the Future Scholarship, $1,983.

Inchelium: Rena Tinnell, Touch the Future Scholarship, $1,983.

Medical Lake: Anita Guidry, Embanet/John Thompson Scholarship, $1,000; Nicole Johnson, Margaret Montour Scholarship, $500; Adrienne Kirk, Touch the Future Scholarship, $1,983.

Nine Mile Falls: Ira Lopachuk, Bank of America Scholarship, $1,200; Jennifer Nelson, Bob Baker Scholarship, $1,800; Brandon Thompson, Thomas Dee “Tom” McKern Scholarship, $500, and Trailkill Academic Work Scholarship, $1,650.

Odessa: Daniel Costlow, Swanson Family Scholarship, $900, and Kaiser Aluminum and Manufacturing Scholarship, $1,500; Lauren Fink, Dale Wilson Scholarship, $2,250; Jesse Scheller, Glenn Emmons Graphic Design Scholarship, $500; Brooke Voise, Touch the Future Scholarship, $1,983.

Otis Orchards: Katherine Allen, Kendall Family Scholarship, $1,983.

Pullman: Brandon Staub, Touch the Future Scholarship, $1,983.

Reardan: Ian Wagner, Dale Wilson Scholarship, $2,250.

Republic: Debbi Weaver, Richard and Susan Stannard Scholarship, $1,983.

Rosalia: Brian Jeske, McGregor AgTech Scholarship, $1,500; Katharine Nelson, Touch the Future Scholarship, $1,983.

Spangle: Julie Larsen, Sprint Scholarship, $1,800.

Spokane Valley: Tricia Carlton, Bank of America Scholarship, $1,200, and G.F.W.C. Women’s Club of Spokane Scholarship, $500; Christina Eschliman, Touch the Future Scholarship, $1,983; Ronald Fabros, Kendall Family Scholarship, $1,983; Ginger Gomez, President’s Award for Academic Excellence Scholarship, $2,100; Milagritos McCoy, Avista Corp. Scholarship, $1,500; Sally McLaughlin, Kendall Family Scholarship, $1,983; Eric Miller, Richard H. Stevenson Scholarship, $1,000, and F.W. McMulkin Scholarship, $1,000; Toc Ngo, Painted Hills Men’s Club Scholarship, $1,500; Christopher Swanson, Avista Corp. Scholarship, $1,500; Scott Thompson, Eikrem Scholarship, $1,500; Holly Young, Bank of America Scholarship, $1,200.

Sprague: Christopher Lowman, Dale Wilson Scholarship, $2,250.

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