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Learning for Life Scholarship Recipients

We are proud to announce the recipients of the Vista Outdoor Learning for Life Scholarship Program. The seven $1,000 awards go to:

Olivia Castonguay, daughter of David Castonguay, EHS Specialist, Westfield, Massachusetts. Olivia was in the National Honor Society and mentors in violence prevention. Olivia plans to attend Westfield State University where she is pursuing her dream of becoming a nurse. 

Mason Devorak, son of Stacy Devorak, a machine tool operator, Lewiston, Idaho. Mason graduated Valedictorian and was a wildland firefighter. He plans to attend Washington State University, majoring in Engineering.

Margaret Enebak, daughter of Trent Enebak, Manufacturing Associate, Anoka, Minnesota. During high school, Margaret was involved in Cross Country and National Honors Society. Margaret is attending the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse where she is pursuing a degree in Biology.

Maddison Grohler, daughter of Toby Grohler, Accounts Payable, Rantoul, Illinois. Maddison attended Girls State and wrote for her high school newspaper. She will be attending Union University in Jackson, Tennessee, majoring in communications. After college Maddison would like to advertise and organize for nonprofits, and musicians.

Elizabeth Karp, daughter of John Karp, Manufacturing Engineer, Anoka, Minnesota. Elizabeth will be majoring in Biology at Augustana University. During high school, Elizabeth received the Presidential Achievement medal, was MVP and All-Conference in Basketball.

Tess McDunn, daughter of Todd McDunn, Business Development Representative, Woodland, Tennessee. Tess will be attending the University of Tennessee where she plans to major in Marketing. Tess was on the Chancellors Honor roll and was a member of the Beta Gama Sigma Honor Society.

Elise Sparrow, daughter of Brandon Sparrow, Camp Chef, Logan, Utah. Elise was a Regents Scholarship recipient, Utah Scholar and received the English Sterling Scholar award. She will be attending Southern Utah University where she plans to major in Biology.

Join us in congratulating the 2018 Vista Outdoor Learning for Life Scholarship recipients and their parents!

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