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Sidney student earns scholarship

 


For The Sun-Telegraph

The University of Nebraska Panhandle Alumni Chapter announced recipients of Alumni Scholarships during the chapter’s annual Founders’ Dinner.

Nick Castner of Sidney, son of Ralph and Kim Castner, earned one of the scholarship offers. Others went to Noah Miller of Gering, son of Dana and Lori Miller; Brandon Nichols of Bridgeport, son of Dale and Tammi Nichols; Ashley Quick of Alliance, daughter of Bryant and Jamie Quick; and Curtis Welsh of Scottsbluff, son of Justin and Julie Welsh.

Sandy Massey of Scottsbluff received the 2014 Alumni of the Year Award.

The Alumni of the Year Award recognizes individuals in the panhandle who have supported NU with their attendance at various University activities, promoted UNL in their communities and been actively involved in their communities and successful in their careers. Massey has been very active in the community, serving on the YMCA board and recognized as volunteer of the Season in summer 2012; serving on the Midwest Theater Board, including president in 2012; and also serving on the CASA Board, as an adjunct voice instructor at Western Nebraska Community College, University of Nebraska Medical Center Board of Counselors, and Valley Voices. She received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from UNL and works for Platte Valley Financial Service Companies, where she is the senior vice president/director of human resources.

New officers for 2014 are President, John Marshall; vice president Laura Barrett; secretary, Karen Helberg; past president Mark Schlothauer; and finance committee members John Flint, Bryan Barrett, Laura Lyons and John Schmall.

 

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