The Ina McClintock Been Olof Been Scholarship Award was presented to Kayla Kujansuu of L’Anse High School who is enrolled in Grand Valley State University for the study of Accounting. Established by Catherine Been Hanson, former L’Anse Area School Teacher of Skanee, the Fund is designed to target students who exhibit exceptional intelligence, and who will be pursuing a degree in the sciences or mathematics.
The Elizabeth Moyer Shelden Scholarship Award was presented to Bree Miller of Baraga High School. The Fund was established by Ruther Brewer in the memory of her mother, Elizabeth Moyer Shelden, a former Baraga County Educator. Bree is enrolled at Gogebic Community College for the study of Criminal Justice.
The L’Anse Achievement Awards are presented annually in three categories to L’Anse High School Graduates:
Vocations/Crafts, Medical Studies, and Engineering
The Vocational/Craft Award was presented to Ethan Grentz who will be pursuing a degree at Northern Michigan University for Certification as a Line Technician.
The Medical Awards were presented to Alayna Waara who has chosen a career path in Dentistry and will be pursuing a degree at the University of Michigan and to Kyra Sipe, who has chosen a career path in Sports Medicine and will be pursuing a degree at Northern Michigan University.
Grants from the Selkey Family Memorial Youth Fund were awarded to Sacred Heart School for the purchase of Snowshoes for outdoor youth recreational activities, Arvon Township School for the purchase of indoor/outdoor youth recreational equipment, to Baraga School for a Physics Class Field Trip, and to C. J. Sullivan for the Hornet Heroes Program.