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Rosenbaum earns scholarship

 


Lucas Rosenbaum, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Rosenbaum of Sidney, Nebraska, and Savannah Jackson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Jackson of Valentine, Nebraska, have been named the 2014 recipients of the Charles E. and Myrtle Slagle Fund Scholarships, each in the amount of $2,000. The scholarships are awarded to a member of both the Order of DeMolay and the Order of Job’s Daughters who belong to a chapter or Bethel located in the geographical area in Nebraska served by the Alliance Scottish Rite Bodies.

The Scholarships are payable at the rate of $500 per year while the recipients are attending a college or vocational school.

Rosenbaum is a 2014 Graduate of Sidney High School and this fall will enter Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla, Missouri, where he is enrolled in the engineering program. Rosenbaum is an active member of Fort Sidney Chapter Order of DeMolay, and has served as its Master Councilor, the highest elective office. He is a member of the National Honer Society, and an outstanding athlete at Sidney High School. Hill is also active in the community in a variety of endeavors including CHIPS (Child Identification Program); Salvation Army Bell Ringing; Night of

Hope Cancer Walk; Adopt-a-Family Christmas Program; and Serving people at the Mobile Food Bank hosted by the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church.

The Slagle Fund Scholarships, which are administered by the Alliance Scottish Rite Bodies, honor the memory of Dr. Charles E. Slagle and his wife, Myrtle. Dr.Slagle was an early Alliance surgeon and an active member of the Alliance Scottish Rite Bodies.

 

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