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Sheriff announces scholarship winners

(KNZA)--Brown County Sheriff John Merchant has announced the six 2019 Brown County Sheriff Memorial Scholarship winners.  

In Hiawatha, the scholarship winners include Felicity Thomas-Rodecap ($1000.00), Alan W. Simpson ($500.00) and Liam K. Jones (500.00).

Image and video hosting by TinyPic (L-R) Felicity Thomas RodeCap, Liam K. Jones and Alan Simpson/Submitted photo

In Horton, the scholarship winners include Naikipyeeha Horned Eagle ($1000.00), Isaiah Cortes ($500.00) and Matthew A. Lobdell ($500.00).   

Image and video hosting by TinyPic ( L-R) Matthew A. Lobdell, Isaiah Cortes and Naikipyeeha Horned Eagle/Submitted photo

A news release says the scholarship is dedicated to all Law Enforcement Officers who have given the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty.

The six winners were presented with a Brown County Sheriff challenge coin, a certificate and check.  Sheriff Merchant said, “We are proud to provide these scholarships to our county high school seniors and wish them only the best for their futures.”

The release says the scholarship opportunity is made possible by the use of Offender Registry money collected from the more than 70 registered offenders working or living in the county.


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