Troy High School seniors awarded scholarships

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Kylie Carr: University of Montana-Western Haynes Scholarship, $2,000.

Taylor Carter: Three Rivers Ranger District Forest Service Scholarship, $400; Holy Trinity Church Diligence Award, $1,000; Troy Masonic Lodge No. 126 Scholarship, $200; William Swanson Memorial/Troy United Methodist Church Scholarship, $1,000; Sons of Norway Scholarship, $500; Montana State Oddfellows and Rebekah’s Lodges Scholarship, $500.

Ceanna Diller: Libby Elks Lodge Dave Roberts Memorial Scholarship, $500; Jim Johnston Memorial/All School Alumni Scholarship, $1,000; William Swanson Memorial/Troy United Methodist Church Scholarship, $1,500; International Order of Oddfellows Cabinet Lodge No. 68 Scholarship, $333; Rotary Club of the Kootenai Valley Scholarship, $500; The University of Montana Achievement Scholarship, $1,000.

Brylee Freund: The Yaak Valley Forest Council Scholarship, $250.

Heather Lyons: Three Rivers Ranger District Forest Service Scholarship, $400; Lincoln Country Credit Union Financial Literacy Awards, $500; James Benedict Memorial Scholarship, $500; Troy High School Art Club Scholarship, $100; Troy Snowmobile Club Scholarship, $500.

Riley Maggi: Rocky Mountain College Presidential Scholarship, $13,000; Rocky Mountain College Bear Scholarships, $2,730.

Reymundo Ortiz: Christy Williams Dirkes Memorial Scholarship, $200; Jim Johnston Memorial/All School Alumni Scholarship, $1,000; Troy PTA Scholarship, $1000; Flathead Valley Community College NW Area Fee Waiver, $2,940.

Sarah Pierce: Montana University System Honors Scholarship, $4,000.

Olivia Roach: Holy Trinity Church Diligence Award, $1,000; Jim Johnston Memorial/All School Alumni Scholarship, $1,000.

Samantha Rohrich: THS Student Council Scholarship, $300; Three Rivers Ranger District Forest Service Scholarship, $400; Holy Trinity Church Diligence Award, $1,000; The Yaak Valley Forest Council Scholarship, $250; Ron Osborne Memorial Scholarship, $1,000.

Olivia Short: Libby Elks Lodge Dave Roberts Memorial Scholarship, $500; Holy Trinity Church Diligence Award, $1,000; Kathy Berke Memorial/Troy Volunteer Ambulance Scholarship, $500.

Kaylee Stecher: Troy High School Drama Scholarship, $150; Lincoln County Board of Realtors Scholarship, $250; University of Montana Music Audition Scholarship, $500; University of Montana Marching Band Scholarship, $1,000; T & D Lindsey Scholarship, $2,000;

Molly Walters: Troy High School Drama Scholarship, $150; Three Rivers Ranger District Forest Service Scholarship, $400; Holy Trinity Church Diligence Award, $1,000; William Swanson Memorial/Troy United Methodist Church Scholarship, $1500; Friends of the Scotchman Peaks Wilderness Association Scholarship, $300; Montana Wilderness Association Scholarship, $500; Flathead Valley CC NW Area Fee Waiver, $2940.

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