Chevy Scholarship Program Winners…


Winner announced for $5,000 scholarship

Fargo  – The Certified Heartland Chevy Dealers, 20 Chevrolet dealers in the area, have created the Chevy Scholarship Program to help deserving students accomplish their goals for higher education.

Local high school juniors and seniors looking to pursue their goals with the help of higher education nominated themselves or were nominated by someone else for the chance to earn a $5,000 scholarship or one of 9 other $500 awards.

The winner for the 2013 Chevy Scholarship Program is:

  • Isaac Loegering, Senior, Crookston High School
    • Local Dealer: Brost Chevrolet

Here are all of the finalists for the 2013 Chevy Scholarship Program:

  • Cassandra Longtin, Senior, Cavalier Public School
    • Local Dealer: Swanson Motors
    •  Jillian Burns, Senior, Perham High School
      • Local Dealer: Nereson Chevrolet
    • Thomas Runnels, Senior, Warroad High School
      • Local Dealer: Lakes Country Chevrolet
    • Isaac Loegering, Senior, Crookston High School
      • Local Dealer: Brost Chevrolet
    • Josh Colemer, Senior, Moorhead High School
      • Local Dealer: Gateway Chevrolet
    • Jessica Lancaster,  Senior, Red River High School/University of North Dakota
      • Local Dealer: Rydell Chevrolet
    • Charlotte Rasmussen, Senior, Jamestown Senior High School
      • Local Dealer: Wilhelm Chevrolet
    • Derek Lehmann , Senior, Sargent Central Public School
      • Local Dealer: Smith Motors
    • Carly Bertsch, Senior, Ronald N. Davies High School
      • Local Dealer: Gateway Chevrolet
    • Courtney Black, Senior, Bemidji High School
      • Local Dealer: Dondelinger Motors

Bob Rydell Presenting Award to Jessica Lancaster

“The Certified Heartland Chevy Dealers are proud to announce the winner for the 2013 Chevy Scholarship Program,” said Brad Sather, President of the Certified Heartland Chevy Dealers Local Marketing Association. “We are thrilled to give back to the local community through this program and were so proud reading the stories of so many dedicated, outstanding students that live in our communities.”

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Eric Ripley, Director of Career & Technical Education


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