Lyndon State College recently announced that Stephan Decatur, of Lyndonville, is a recipient of the Barbara Utton Merrill '56 Scholarship. The scholarship was established to support a new full-time student.

Lyndon State College recently announced the LSC Foundation Scholarship recipients. This scholarship is specially marked for Vermont and Northeast Kingdom students who have demonstrated academic potential and community service. The winners are: Pamela Greaves, of Hardwick, a freshman majoring in Pre-Nursing; Zebulon McCoy, of Orleans, a freshman majoring in Music Business and Industry -- Concentration in Production; Alycia Moore, of Danville, a sophomore majoring in Visual Communications; Nedah Warstler, of Lyndonville, a junior majoring in Natural Science.

Emily Benning, of Lyndonville, received the Lynda Morgan Visual Arts Scholarship from LSC. The award, established by long-time LSC employee Lynda Morgan, is set aside for a Vermont resident studying Digital Media or Graphic Design at LSC who is motivated, creative, talented, and is enthusiastic about learning.

Lyndon State recently announced the Arthur E. Brown Scholarship winners. The award, established by Arthur E. Brown, was created to support local commuter students living in Caledonia, Orleans or Essex counties. The winners are: Katherine Munger, of Lyndonville, a freshman majoring in Explorations; Kory Powers, of St. Johnsbury, a sophomore majoring in Business Administration.

Lyndon State College announced the Alumni Scholarship recipients. The scholarship is awarded to students who have demonstrated academic achievement and community service, have completed 30 credit hours at Lyndon, and have maintained a grade point average of at least 3.0. The winners are: Kelsi Before, of West Burke, majoring in English -- Secondary Education; Stephen Decatur, of Lyndonville, a senior majoring in Atmospheric Sciences-Broadcasting; Chelsea Fairhead, of Bloomfield, a senior majoring in Elementary Education.

LSC awarded David Young, of North Concord, the Barbara Bona Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship was established by Fred Bona in honor of his wife, Barbara, to support Concord High School students who are attending Lyndon. Young is a senior majoring in Animation/Illustration.

Lyndon State College announced the recipients of the Early Promise Scholarship. The scholarship is awarded to students who show bright academic promise and who have chosen college despite the monetary burden, recognizing that the value of an education far outweighs the cost of an education. The winners are: Ritza Arias, of Canaan, a sophomore majoring in Criminal Justice; Victoria Arnold, of West Glover, a freshman majoring in Criminal Justice; Hilary Bailey, of Danville, a junior majoring in Applied Psychology and Human Services; Brianna Bishop, of Lyndonville, a freshman majoring in Applied Psychology and Human Services; Desirae Colorado, of Barton, a junior majoring in Elementary Education; John Dickson, of Hardwick, a sophomore majoring in Criminal Justice; Victoria Foster, of Hardwick, a freshman majoring in Explorations; Kyle Gadapee, of Danville, a sophomore majoring in Exercise Science -- Physical Therapy; Matthew Green, of Derby, a senior majoring in Accounting; Kaylee Maclure, of Derby, a senior majoring in Graphic Design -- Illustration; Jordan Manning, of Hardwick, a freshman majoring in Business Administration; Zebulon McCoy, of Orleans, a freshman majoring in Music Business and Industry -- Concentration in Production; Kyle Moulton, of Irasburg, a freshman majoring in Criminal Justice; Samantha Parenteau, of Brownington, a freshman majoring in Applied Psychology and Human Services; Randi Royer, of Barton, a freshman majoring in Pre Nursing Program; Jazmin Shaw, of Newbury, a freshman majoring in Elementary Education -- Early Childhood; Chelsea Smith, of Sutton, a senior majoring in Mathematics; Kristen Wright, of Evansville, a senior majoring in Psychology.

Lyndon State College recently announced Michaela Jokinen, of Orleans, as the recipient of the Florence Drew Scholarship. The scholarship was created in memory of Florence E. Drew, who served for 22 years as the Dean of Women at Lyndon Normal School. Jokinen is a sophomore majoring in Elementary Education -- Early Childhood.

Lyndon State College recently announced the Edgerton Education Scholarship recipients. Peacham's Jan Eastman started the Edgerton Scholarship in 2004 in honor of her mother and grandmother, both students of Lyndon Normal School. It is awarded to education students selected by the Education Department for demonstrating promise in their field. The recipients are: Kelsi Before, of West Burke, a senior majoring in English -- Secondary Education; Mariah Chamberlain, of St. Johnsbury, a junior majoring in Mathematics -- Secondary Education; Katrina Croft, of Lyndonville, a junior majoring in Elementary Education; Chelsea Fairhead, of Bloomfield, a senior majoring in Elementary Education; Brandon Flood, of South Ryegate, a senior majoring in Elementary Education.

LSC recently announced the recipients of the Faculty and Staff Scholarship. The Faculty and Staff Scholarship and Awards Committee selects students who have completed two semesters of full-time study at Lyndon and who have maintained at least a 3.0 cumulative grade point average. The recipients are: Stephen Decatur, of Lyndonville, a senior majoring in Atmospheric Sciences -- Broadcasting; Naomi Drown, of North Concord, a senior majoring in Digital Media -- Web Design; Julie Gaul, of Bradford, a senior majoring in Applied Psychology and Human Services; Emma Kaplan, of Peacham, a senior majoring in Electronic Journalism Arts; Alex Pinkham, of Bethlehem, N.H., a sophomore majoring in Electronic Journalism Arts.

Lyndon State College recently awarded Stephen Decatur, of Lyndonville, the Gil and Avis Ford Scholarship. The award supports Atmospheric Sciences students showing academic promise and a commitment to serving their community. Decatur is a senior majoring in Atmospheric Sciences -- Broadcasting.

LSC recently awarded the Susan C. Gallagher Scholarship to Julie Gaul, of Bradford. The scholarship is given to a deserving student (or students) studying psychology with preference given to those majoring in the field. Gaul is a senior majoring in Applied Psychology and Human Services.

Lyndon State College recently announced the recipients of the Danny Gore Family Scholarship. The award honors Danny's wife, Barbara Whitney, and is given in fond memory to Electronic Journalism Arts majors from Vermont. The winners are: Emma Kaplan, of Peacham, a senior; Taylor West, of Craftsbury Common, a sophomore.

Alana May, of Hardwick, received the Louise Daniel Human Service Award from Lyndon State College. The award is given to students based on scholarship, community service, and their commitment to pursuing a career in human services. May is a sophomore majoring in Applied Psychology and Human Services.

Kelsi Before, of West Burke, received a Ralph and Martha Jane Aldrich Scholarship from Lyndon State College. The scholarship goes to support a Northeast Kingdom or northern New Hampshire upper-level student pursuing a career in teaching and who is enrolled in the English Secondary Education Licensure Program. Before is a senior majoring in English -- Secondary Education.

Lyndon State College recently awarded the H. Franklin Irwin Scholarship to Haley Craig, of East Ryegate. The award is named for the president of Lyndon State from 1971 to 1975 and is given to a meritorious student pursuing studies in certain academic disciplines, particularly English. Craig is a senior majoring in English -- Secondary Education.

LSC recently awarded Dayna Jewell, of Lyndonville, the Harris Nursing Scholarship. The scholarship supports a pre-nursing student who shows great academic promise. Jewell is a freshman majoring in Pre-Nursing.

Lyndon State College recently announced the recipients of the Cola H. Hudson Scholarship. The scholarship is the result of LSC working with the Lyndon Institute Alumni Association to honor the life and work of Rep. Cola H. Hudson. This endowment provides a perpetual source of scholarship support to Lyndon Institute graduates from Burke, Sutton and Lyndon attending the college. The winners are: Sarah Camber, of Lyndonville, a freshman majoring in Elementary Education -- Early Childhood; Kayla Jardine, of Lyndonville, a sophomore majoring in Music Business and Industry; Jordan Lund, of West Burke, a freshman majoring in Elementary Education; Rebecca Simpson, of Lyndon Center, a freshman majoring in Business Administration.

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