2019 Scholarship Winners

July 18, 2019

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS!

We have an Annual Golf Outing and monies raised at the event go towards scholarships that are given out each year. This year, the CMMA board had a great deal of difficulty in trying to select the winners. In fact, we normally give out two scholarships. This year’s competition was so strong, we finally decided to give three scholarships. Each scholarship is for $2,500. We invite the winners to attend the golf outing dinner along with parents and close friends. Two of the three winners were able to join us at the dinner this year. Check out the winners pictures. The third winner, Spencer Pnacek, could not be with us but will instead attend the CMMA Annual Meeting at Bucks Run on 11 September to get recognized.

The scholarship recipients are:

• Spencer Pnacek – Coleman High School, attending Saginaw Valley State University

• William Houghten – Coleman High School, attending Ferris State University

• Archer Mills – Fulton High School, attending Hobart Institute of Welding Technology

Join us in congratulating these young individuals!

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