KUDOS: ‘A shining example of what volunteers can accomplish’

Volunteers at the Scholarship Foundation dinner included (photo at right) Nannah Norby, Elise Large and Loren Miller. The speaker at the event (above left) was Mark Schininger, a Northern Ozaukee High School graduate who received a scholarship from the foundation in 2015. Jacqueline Janik (above right) was a persuasive raffle ticket sales person at the dinner. Photos by Sam Arendt

To Ozaukee Press:

The Northern Ozaukee Schools Scholarship Foundation would like to thank the many sponsors and volunteers and everyone who attended our annual dinner auction on April 14. The community support was again outstanding.

The event netted just over $16,500 and the majority of those funds will be awarded to this year’s senior class members who pursue additional education after graduation.

A shinning example of what community-service minded volunteers can accomplish to make this world a better place, the Scholarship Foundation  has gone from zero dollars in 1986 to almost $1.5 million today. Five percent of the rolling average of the foundation assets are awarded each year to the graduating seniors of Northern Ozaukee High School.

We also thank Ozaukee Press for the excellent coverage of the event last week.

Dr. David L. Brouillette

Vice president and event chair

Northern Ozaukee Schools

Scholarship Foundation



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