Rangely Class of 2021 future plans and scholarships

RANGELY | Rangely class of 2021 graduates are listed below with their postsecondary education or career plans and scholarships received. Thanks to Rangely School District for providing this info.

Dixie Rhea–Western Colorado University, Early Education. Scholarships: Western Colorado Merit Scholarship $3500/year, Douglas Chapman Family $3,000 , Daughters of the American Revolution $1,000, Local Masonic Lodge Scholarship $1,000, National Honor Society $500, RHS Alumni $250 , Student Council $250, Joel Hogan Scholar Athlete $200

Brianna Ekker–CNCC Craig, Nursing

Tyfinni Curdy–Moving to Denver, entering workforce in the area of an American Sign Language Interpreter

Sydney Cole–CNCC Rangely, Law Enforcement. Scholarships: Moon Lake Electric $1,000, Cork Powell & Sons Patriot Award $500

Maximillion Larsen–entering workforce in the area of Animal Caretaker

Sofia Pena–The Salon Professional Academy, GJ, Cosmetology.

Maya Mercado–CNCC Rangely, Biology. Scholarships: Dean’s Scholarship $1,000, Rangely District Hospital $1,000 Frank-3 Enroute Award $1,000, Local Masonic Lodge Scholarship $800, Elk’s National Foundation $500, Voice of Democracy $200

Gabriel Polley (salutatorian)–CNCC Rangely, Business Admin/Land Survey. Scholarships: College Scholar 22 Credits, CNCC Vice-President’s $2,000, Joel Hogan Scholar Athlete $200

Anthony Garner–US Army, Army Mechanic. Scholarships: Cork Powell & Sons Patriot Award $500

Crimsen Blankenship–Chadron State College, Chadron, Nebraska, Health Science. Scholarships: Eagle Presidential Scholarship ½ Tuition, Douglas Chapman $5,000, National Honor Society $500, Elk’s National Foundation $500, Joel Hogan Scholar Athlete $200

Janessa Mast–CNCC Rangely, Dental Hygiene. Scholarships: CNCC Vice-President’s $2,000, Nancy Beard Scholarship $1,000, Local Masonic Lodge Scholarship $500, Elk’s Local #1907 $250

Megan Ward (valedictorian)–Colorado Mesa University, Business Administration. Scholarships: College Scholar 33 Credits, WC Striegel, Inc $8,000, CMU Distinguished Scholar Full Tuition, CMU Housing $1500/Semester

Austin Davis–CNCC Rangely, General Studies

Ryan Jayzer Richens–CNCC Rangely, Business Management

Kaiden John Ellis– IntelliTec College, Grand Junction, Automotive Technician

Roebi William Hodges–entering workforce to become a mechanic in Grand Junction

Anthony Kaden Lujan–Northwest Lineman College, Meridian, Idaho, Electrical Lineman

Nicholas Lyon– Local 743 in Grand Junction, entering into welding apprenticeship

Travis Coates–University of Wyoming, Civil Engineering. Scholarships: College Scholar 24 Credits, University of Wyoming Brown & Gold $4000/year, Jerry LeBleu Sr Memorial $250

Hunter Holmes–CNCC Rangely Campus, Wildlife Biology. Scholarships: College Scholar 25 Credits, Tolley Family Scholarship $6,000, CNCC Vice-President’s $2,000, Elk’s Local #1907 $250

By HT STAFF – editor@ht1885.com

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