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WVC Foundation Book Scholarships Awarded

The  Wabash Valley College Foundation Book Scholarship has been awarded to Kenlee Bramlet, J’ne OPell, Carlee Thomason, Autumn Hudson, and Morgan Powers for the 2016-17 academic year.

Annual awards of $ 100 are awarded to deserving students to help offset the cost of books for the Fall Semester.  This scholarship is made available through a fund established by the Wabash Valley College Foundation. 

Kenlee Bramlet, a graduate of Fairfield Community High School, is the daughter of John and Kathryn Bramlet of Fairfield.  She is a member of the Agriculture Tech Club and the Collegiate Farm Bureau, and is the recipient of the Illinois FFA State Degree.  Kenlee  plans to transfer to SIU-Carbondale or Murray State University after completing her work at WVC.  Her future career goal is to become an agricultural education teacher and FFA Advisor. 

J’ne Opell is a graduate of Fairfield Community High School and is the daughter of Tara Bruce and Jack Tannahill and Rick Opell.  J’ne is a member of the Student Nursing Association.  After completing her work at WVC, she plans to transfer to Indiana Wesleyan and hopes to receive a BSN degree and work at St. Mary’s Hospital. 

Carlee Thomason, a graduate of Mt. Carmel High School, is the daughter of Marshall and Kim Thomason.  Carlee is in the Early Childhood Education program. She is a member of Phi Theta Kappa and has been named to the Honors List and is the recipient of several other scholarships.  She plans to transfer to Oakland City University with a future career goal to become an Early Childhood Teacher. 

Autumn Hudson is the wife of Adam Hudson and the mother of Addison Hudson.  Her parents are Julie and Dave Hedden and Norman and Judy Swetteram.  She lives in Oakland City, IN and is a graduate of Vincennes Lincoln High School and Vincennes Beauty College.  After WVC, Autumn plans to transfer to Franklin University to attain a Bachelor’s and possibly a Master’s Degree.  She would like to teach business courses or focus more on business law.  Autumn has a maintained a 4.0 GPA, has been named to the CEO’s Honors List, and has received other scholarships at WVC. 

Morgan Powers, a graduate of Wood Memorial High School in Oakland City, IN, is the daughter of Tracy Powers and Terry Powers of Oakland City.  She is a member of Phi Theta Kappa, Health Professions Club, and Student Nurses Association.  Morgan has been named to the CEO’s Honors List.  She is the recipient of the Trilogy Scholarship as well as several other scholarships.  Her future career goal is to earn her Associate’s Degree and RN from WVC and then pursue a BSN degree and work at Deaconess Gateway Hospital. 


Photo Caption:  Recipient of the WVC Foundation Book Scholarship proudly accept their awards from Tiffany Cowger, WVC’s Assistant Dean of Student Services.  Back row, left to right:  Carlee Thomason, Autumn Hudson, Tiffany Cowger; front row:  Kenlee Bramlet, Morgan Powers, and J’ne OPell. 

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