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Meet the Evansville Police Foundation's 2021 Scholarship Award Recipients

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10 students who are children or grandchildren of either active or retired Evansville Police Department employees received $2,000 scholarships through the EPD Foundation's 2021 Scholarship Awards.

Posted: May 13, 2021 8:40 AM

The Evansville Police Foundation has awarded 10 students each with a $2,000 scholarship through its 2021 Scholarship Awards.

The EPD Foundation says one of its primary goals is to award scholarships to students who will enroll in an accredited higher learning institution for the Fall Semester of the application year.

According to the foundation, the recipients of the scholarships were selected by an independent board based on their educational achievement, community involvement, goals, and presentation.

The recipients of the 2021 EPD Foundation Scholarships alphabetized by last name were:

  1. Connor Alford
  2. Emily Bonenberger
  3. Bailey Brush
  4. Emma Elfreich
  5. Katlyn Hands
  6. Kailyn Knight
  7. Lydia Knight
  8. Sean Pieszchalski
  9. Kelsi Raben
  10. Sydney Wilkerson

Applicants of the Scholarship Awards are children, grandchildren of Evansville Police Department Employees active and retired.

You can see a picture of/ more information on each recipient of the scholarship in the slideshow above.

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