Twenty-three of the 2019 graduates of Clifton High School earned $218,490 in scholarships for their hard work over the years. The scholarships were presented during the annual Senior Banquet.
The Clifton Education Foundation announced this year’s scholarship winners during the Senior Banquet. Ten scholarships totaling $10,000 were awarded to eight seniors.
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Bosque County Rotary Club is proud to announce that after receiving 19 scholarship applications, they were able to present scholarships to 19 students across the county.
Betty Murdoch, representing Clifton Higher Education Fund Corporation, presented a $5,000 check to Bosque Museum. Accepting for the museum are Kathy Cash, and Barbara Aars.
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Salutatorian Riley Dirkse takes the podium, left. Larry Davis performs at Meridian High School’s graduation ceremony. right.
Mel Bergman was a country man at heart and loved golf, family and friends. He passed away
peacefully with his loved ones by his side on Monday, May 20, 2019 after a brief illness.
Mildred Myrtle Howard age 89 of Meridian, passed away suddenly on May 29, 2019 at her residence.