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Academic Excellence: Scholarship bulletin available; forensics students advance

9:37 AM, Feb. 26, 2013  |  Comments
Five students from Columbus Catholic High School will advance to forensics district competition in Stevens Point on March 9. They are: Beth Frericks, prose; from left, Zechariah Kitzhaber, radio speaking; Veronica Kitzhaber, poetry; and Kirklynn Daniels and Zachary Gotz, group interpretive reading.
Five students from Columbus Catholic High School will advance to forensics district competition in Stevens Point on March 9. They are: Beth Frericks, prose; from left, Zechariah Kitzhaber, radio speaking; Veronica Kitzhaber, poetry; and Kirklynn Daniels and Zachary Gotz, group interpretive reading.
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The Marshfield Area Community Foundation's annual scholarship bulletin is available, listing more than 400 scholarships available locally and nationally for new graduates, continuing college students and nontraditional students for all schools in the foundation's service area.

The bulletin was compiled by the foundation office in cooperation with local guidance counselors, student service personnel throughout the area and the Buyer's Guide.

The bulletin is available at the foundation office, 907 N. Central Ave., at local schools and at http://marshfieldareacommunityfoundation.org/uploads/pdf/Scholarship%20Bulletin%20WEB.pdf

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