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A total of $17,000 was awarded to 22 students.
Posted on July 8, 2013 at 1:00 a.m. | Updated on July 8, 2013 at 4:10 p.m.

GOSHEN — The Purdue Club of Elkhart County honored the 2013-14 scholarship winners at a meeting Sunday, June 30, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Goshen.

The organization awarded a total of $17,000 to 22 students.

Students honored include Noelle Miller, Amanda Vetter, Darci Wise, Mallory McAfee, Kara Gunthorp, Allison Culp, Shanice Matthews, Rebecca Humphrey, Paul Johnson, Austin Henke, Elliott Miller, Daniel Gongwer, Stephen Weinkauf, Cody Daub, Michael Himes, Neil Croy, Reese Tyson, Preston Reddell, Marielena Rios, Isaiah Flora, Ryan Sanders and Mallory Toombs.

Allison Culp and Rebecca Humphrey were awarded the E. Patricia Bortner $1,000 scholarship. Neil Croy was awarded the Tom and Patricia Holcomb $1,000 scholarship.

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