CAL announces 2020 scholarship recipients
The Community Assistance League is proud to announce that 49 scholarships were awarded to students this year — the most ever given by one organization.
“CAL is the most generous and consistent group with whom we work,” SHS counselor Jeralyn Mire said. “I marvel at their commitment to our school through their scholarship and grants programs.”
CAL is also unique that in addition to high school graduates they offer renewal scholarships to college students.
This year Sally Lowry, CAL scholarship chairman and her committee members did a great job under difficult circumstances to award these outstanding students, CAL publicity chairman Carol Visger said.
The following is a list of this year’s winners:
Sandpoint High School:
Tyler Almeida, Erica Bocksch, Paige Davidson, Isabel Edwards, Josephine Fry, Seth Graham, William Hawkins, Abigail Hendricks, Connor Hutchings, Jaycie Irish, Andrew Kaul, Shea Kirkpatrick, Autumn Luther, Kendall Milton, Madeline Morgan, Shelby Mohler, Kaylee Ollertoi, Angelina Pebbles, Mary Peele, Dylan Peterson, Brody Ponsness, Sage Saccomanno, Jenny Slaveck, Mikayla Schoening, Sadie Stulz, Jake Suhr, Bionce Vincent, Kiley Webster.
Schweitzer Chair Scholarship
James Griffin, Taylor James, Ryan Pirot, April Radford
Clark Fork High School
Charles Abbot, Sara Hathaway, Mathis Heisel, Alexia Vallere
Priest River High School
Lily Bonbino and Natalie Randolph
Tessa Beeman, Niah Brass, Curtis Hauck, Hannah Hurst, Jensen Kristian, Jessica Klein, Elloria Lambert, Peik Lund- Anderson, Jesiah Neff.
CAL contributes the profits from their shop, Bizarre Bazaar, directly back into Bonner County via grants and scholarships. The shop thrives from the enthusiastic support of people who shop there and those who donate their gently used items. This allows CAL volunteers to contribute financially to many local area schools, organizations, and services that enhance the quality of life of many residents of Bonner County.