The Sanilac County Community Foundation is pleased to announce that the recipients of the Edward Ralph & Ina Kinsley Scholarship are Kylie Klaas, Brendan Irwin, Daniel Butler, and Steven Angel, 2017 graduates of Croswell – Lexington Schools.
Kylie Klaas plans to attend Oakland University this fall to pursue a career in nursing.
Daniel Butler plans to attend Alma College this fall.
Brendan Irwin plans to attend Lawrence Technological University this fall, to study robotics engineering. During high school, he played four years of soccer and golf, during that time he was awarded the sportsmanship award for two years for both sports. As a senior, he was captain of the golf team and was involved in other activities as well in school and in his community. Brendan is the son of Troy and Michelle Irwin of Lexington.
Steven Angel plans to attend Oakland University for Computer Science this fall. In High School, he participated in many activities; including Quiz Bowl for four years, Academic Games, (English one year and Science for two), Soccer for two years, Tennis for two years, Track for four years, He was a People to People Student Ambassador to Italy and Greece (and to Australia in middle school as well), youth group for two years, and Boy Scouts for eight years (attained Eagle).
The Edward Ralph & Ina Kinsley scholarship was established in at the Sanilac County Community Foundation in 2017 from a generous gift left for the students of Croswell-Lexington High School by the Kinsley’s.
This scholarship is administered through the Sanilac County Community Foundation (SCCF). For more information on scholarship opportunities through the SCCF, contact Melissa Anderson, Executive Director, at the Foundation office at 810-648-3634.