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The First Responders Foundation is proud and excited to announce the recipients of the 2019 “Awards of Excellence”. These awards are meant to recognize children of our First Responders who are high school seniors and have demonstrated good character and balanced achievements in their lives. We congratulate all the recipients.
- Jayden Anderson – Millard South High School
- Joseph Barrios – Home Schooled
- Callie Billings – Gross Catholic High School
- Eli Bogdanoff – Blair High School
- Logan Fornoff – Glenwood High School
- Kaylee Flynn – Millard North High School
- Joshua Herout – Concordia Jr./Sr. High School
- Kiya Hudson – Millard North High School
- Michael Kelly – Elkhorn South High School
- Leah Millikan – Logan-Magnolia High School
- Grant Oseka – Papillion LaVista South High School
- Matthew Perl – Papillion LaVista South High School
- Connor Smith – Westside High School
- Kylie Tierney – Missouri Valley High School
- Thomas Ahl – Louisville High School
- Ethan Bernard – St. Albert High School
- Alexis Buesing – Millard West High School
- Garrison Dodge – Oakland-Craig High School
- Tyson Guzman – Westside High School
- Paige Holdsworth – Millard North High School
- Colton Mallory – Fort Calhoun High School
- Chaylea Mandina – Gretna High School
- Camryn McLaughlin – Lincoln Southwest High School
- Brad Noble – Papillion LaVista High School
- Tate Patera – Platteview High School
- Bethany Stratton – Yutan High School
- Katherine Swan – Elkhorn High School
- Maximus Wold – Bellevue East High School
Awards of Excellence Recognition was held 11 April 2019 at Champions Run.
Awards of Excellence Scholarships were made possible thanks to the following donors who fully-funded one or more of the awards: Farmers Insurance, Jim Killips, Carol Stolp, Mary Rosenthal, Ray Somberg, Terry Headley, Tom Holland, Keith Basham, Susan Wier, Chuck Sederstrom, Al & Teri Batschelet.
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We are dedicated to upholding our mission to serve and honor all our First Responders and their families. That’s why we created the Awards of Excellence program. We believe that it takes a special type of person to become a first responder and want to be a public servant. We award scholarships to children of First Responders who have demonstrated commitment to community and volunteerism.
The First Responders Foundation presents $500 Awards of Excellence to high school seniors each spring.
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