FEC Scholarship recipients announced

Scholarships

 

Flathead Electric Cooperative (FEC) is pleased to announce its 2020 Scholarship Program recipients. They recognize these students for their dedication, and hope this support helps them meet their educational goals. A total of $105,000 has been awarded this year to the following students in our service territory:

Megan Andersen (Glacier HS)

Maria Bay (Flathead HS)

Chantelle Bodily (Columbia Falls HS)

Madison Casazza (Non-traditional)

David Curtin (Flathead HS)

Kylee Dougherty (Columbia Falls HS)

Dan East (Non-traditional)

Paul Geer (Whitefish HS)

Brendan Gibson (Non-traditional)

Ryan Goodman (Libby HS)

Makayla Grossman (Non-traditional)

Simon Hill (Glacier HS)

Eli Hunt (Glacier HS)

David Jutzi (Glacier HS)

Preston LaSalle (Glacier HS)

Samuel Lovering (Columbia Galls HS)

Ashley Miller (Bigfork HS)

Scott O’Donnell (Flathead HS)

 Kimberly Peacock (Columbia Falls HS)

Trey Thompson (Libby HS)

Anezka Tornerova (Non-traditional)

Mia Van Vlack (Whitefish HS)

Madison Wambeke (Non-traditional)

Julia Wynne (Flathead HS) 

Typically, FEC gives away six, $500 scholarships during the Annual Meeting, but since the meeting was cancelled due to COVID-19, the scholarships were away online during a “Stuck at Home” social media campaign. The recipients of those scholarships are:

Matthew Glimm (Carol College)

Connor Lawrence (FVCC)

Emma McDonald (FVCC)

Ganten Pirrie (MSU Bozeman)

Luke Shippey (MSU Bozeman)

Trevor Wilson (FVCC)

FEC scholarships are funded by capital credit dollars that have gone unclaimed for five or more years, at which point state law allows FEC to use them for educational purposes in its service area, rather than going into the Montana general fund.

Scholarship money must be used to attend an accredited post-secondary education institution in Montana. For more information visit:www.flatheadelectric.com/scholarships.