2021 Scholarships Awarded to Current College/Vocational Students

Each year the Foundation awards scholarships to Blackford County students already working on college degrees or vocational certificates. This August, 12 students were awarded $17,460 from five different scholarship funds specifically designated for such postsecondary students.

Spencer Blakely was awarded the new Don McAfee Memorial Scholarship and a Richard M. and Ruth L. Flatter Memorial Scholarship. He is a junior studying biochemistry at Ball State University.
Jessica Manley received the Howard and Helen McCollum Family Scholarship and a Richard M. and Ruth L. Flatter Memorial Scholarship as a junior in chemistry and pre-pharmacy at Ball State University.
Shanda Miller was awarded a Floyd E. and Betty J. Huffman Memorial Scholarship and a Richard M. and Ruth L. Flatter Memorial Scholarship. She is a senior in nursing and psychology at Anderson University.
Kyle Price received a Floyd E. and Betty J. Huffman Memorial Scholarship to train as an electrician’s apprentice with Muncie Electrical JATC (Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee).
Nick Price was awarded a Richard M. and Ruth L. Flatter Memorial Scholarship. He is a senior studying finance at Western Michigan University.

Seven students were awarded a Voyance and Zella Kegerreis Memorial Scholarship and a Richard M. and Ruth L. Flatter Memorial Scholarship:
Sara Gregory, who is a senior pursuing general studies at Ball State University;
Gabrielle Henderson, a junior in integrative studio practice at IUPUI;
Elizabeth Langdon, a sophomore in nursing at Anderson University;
Scott McCaffery, a junior in computer technology/computer science at Ball State;
Brenner Romine, a junior in social studies education and history at Ball State;
Chloe Whitehurst, a senior in human resource management at Ball State ; and
Molly Wolfe, a sophomore in English at Ball State.