Sanilac County Community Foundation is pleased to announce, Kay-lee Fuller, Kailyn Lisek, and Trevor Tabin are the recipients of the Edward Ralph & Ina Kinsley Scholarship.
Kay-lee is the daughter of Robert and Meg Fuller of Croswell. She is a 2018 graduate of Croswell-Lexington Schools. During high school, Kay-lee was a part of the drama club, soccer team, and student government. Kay-lee did dual enrollment through St. Clair County Community College and is a member of the NSHSS and Phi Theta Kappa Honor Societies. Throughout her high school experience Kay-lee volunteered extensively around her local community including assisting the Croswell Fire Department with various fundraisers and tasks, during various local festivals and helping those in need in the community. Kay-lee is enrolled in the University of Michigan-Flint for the fall of 2018, majoring in Political Science with a minor in Pre-Law.
Kailyn is the daughter of Sam and Tammy Lisek, and sister to one older brother Andrew Lisek. She has been attending Croswell-Lexington schools her whole life while working a part time job since age 13. Kailyn has participated in football all four years of high school along with three years of soccer. Her biggest passion in life is working with animals and wildlife rescue. Throughout her middle and high school years, she has volunteered, rescued and donated to participate and pursue her dream in wildlife rescue.
The Edward Ralph & Ina Kinsley Scholarship fund was generously given as a gift from the Kinsley estate. The scholarship fund is designated to benefit the graduating students at Croswell-Lexington High school.
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.