July 4, 2019

Chase McGinnis is the son of Brian and Kim McGinnis of Clifford.  He has received several classroom awards, earned varsity letters in football and track & field, and has been a member of the Academic Games Math Team, Business Professionals of America and National Honor Society.  Chase has volunteered with Special Olympics, blood drives, Sanilac County Humane Society, concession and ticket booths at Marlette sporting events.  He earned Academic All-Greater Thumb Conference and Academic All-Sanilac County, maintaining a perfect 4.0 grade point average and has earned 31 college credits.  Chase will attend Ferris State University to pursue a bachelor’s degree in Information Security and Intelligence.  He has received the Ferris Next Scholarship and Ferris State’s Founder’s Scholarship, which will cover his full tuition.  Chase will work towards a career in law enforcement or business.


Logan Marshall is the son of Jim and Heather Marshall of Marlette. A graduate of Marlette Jr/Sr High School and during his time in high school, Logan was a part of Varsity baseball, basketball, football, golf, and cross country.  He was also part of Student Council, National Honor Society, Business Professionals of America, youth mentoring, youth sports camps, and weekly prayer group.  Logan will be attending Bethel University in Mishawaka, Indiana to pursue a degree in Elementary Education.


The Terry and Jackie Reid Scholarship was created in tribute to the Reids for their significant, positive influence on countless students across the Thumb. Terry Reid was a long-time Marlette basketball coach, teacher, and athletics administrator.  The Reid family is deeply involved in programs administered by Heaven Sent Ministries and the First United Methodist Church.

The scholarship is available to graduating students of Marlette High School who embody the best qualities of the student-athlete – like their grandson, Kyle Hall, who died in July 2011, just weeks after completing his studies at MHS.  Candidates must be student-athletes in good standing during at least their junior and senior years and have earned cumulative grade-point averages of 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) or better.  Applicants who plan to major in education in college are encouraged and preferred, but the scholarship is available to students pursuing other courses of study.

The Sanilac County Community Foundation administers the Terry and Jackie Reid Scholarship.  More information, including how to donate to this or other scholarship programs managed by the foundation, is available from Executive Director, Melissa Anderson at 810-648-3634.

For Good. For Ever.