The “Downtown” Kiwanis Club and its nonprofit arm, the Kiwanis Foundation of Metropolitan Kenosha, announced the 2019 scholarship winners at its annual Academic Excellence & Musical Achievement Awards Luncheon held at Gateway Technical College May 1. The winners:
Aubriana Maedke, Indian Trail High School and Academy, will receive the Harvey Elmer Scholarship of $750. She plans to attend Carthage College or Marquette University, pursuing a social policy major. She hopes to be an education center director or community organizer.
Crystal DiBiase, St Joseph Catholic Academy, will receive the Frank Vilen Scholarship of $1,250. She plans to study pre-med in college, attend medical school and become an obstetrician.
Benjamin Abrahamson, Bradford High School, is the Russell & Claire Huber Scholarship recipient of $1,500. He plans to attend the University of Minnesota and hopes to become a speech therapist.
Katherine Baker, Bradford, is the Paul Jaeger Key Club Scholarship winner of $2,000. She hopes to become a certified nursing assistant, with the ultimate goal of becoming a psychiatric nurse practitioner.
The recipients were selected from a field of 37 applicants based on academics, extracurricular activities and community service.