•Eastern Washington University awarded three area high school students $2,500 Scholastic Honors Scholarships for the 2009-2010 academic year.
Amanda Giannandrea, will graduate from Shadle Park High School, and is the daughter of John and Geralyn Giannandrea of Spokane.
Anna Demmert is the daughter of Doug and Lisa Demmert of Spokane and will graduate from The Oaks Academy.
Holden Newberg is the son of Dwight and Lisa Newberg of Spokane Valley and will graduate from Central Valley High School.
•Daniel White was awarded a $1,500 Wittenbach Scholarship for the 2009-2010 academic year from EWU.
He graduated from the Immaculate Conception Academy in 2007 and is the son of Alan and Mary White of Rathdrum, Idaho.
•Jessica Johnson received $1,000 through the EWU Alumni Association for the 2009-2010 academic year.
She is the daughter of Julie Johnson of Spokane and a 2005 graduate of Medical Lake High School.
•Dina Tkach was awarded a $2,500 Transfer Academic Honors Scholarship from EWU for the 2009-2010 academic year.
She graduated from East Valley High School in 2007 and is the daughter of Yuriy and Irina Tkach of Spokane.
•Anthony Ellis received a $590 scholarship from Farmer’s Insurance for the 2009-2010 academic year at EWU.
He is a 2006 graduate of East Valley High School and is the son of Charles and Jill Ellis of Newman Lake.
•Brandon Barr was awarded a $2,000 Phi Theta Kappa scholarship from EWU for the 2009-2010 academic year.
He is a current student at EWU and the son of Donald and Melani Barr of Medical Lake.
•Oksana Kirilovich was awarded a Rockwood Clinic sponsored scholarship for $1,000 for the 2009-2010 academic year at EWU.
She is the daughter of Stephen and Lubou Kirilovich of Spokane and graduated from Lewis and Clark High School in 2006.
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