November 14, 2019

The Sanilac County Community Foundation is pleased to announce that Tori Smith, 2019 graduate if Carsonville-Port Sanilac High School, is one of the recipients of the Edward and Amelia Falls Scholarship.

Tori Smith is the daughter of Timothy and Michelle Smith of Carsonville.  During high school she participated in volleyball, basketball, track & field, 4-H, FFA, National Honor Society (secretary her senior year). She also attended the Sanilac Career Center where she was in Biotechnology and studied animal science. Tori plans to attend Baker College to pursue an Associate’s Degree as a Veterinary Technician.



The Edward & Amelia Falls Scholarship was established by Philomena Falls, a prominent Lexington resident since 1971 who passed away in 2008 at the age of 99.  She was a strong supporter of public education, having spent more than forty one years in elementary education in the United States, Germany and Japan.  After her retirement, she demonstrated her commitment to the education of Sanilac County residents through her leadership on the Moore Public Library Board in Lexington from 1972 until 1999.

Eligible applicants for the annual scholarship must be graduating seniors Carsonville-Port Sanilac High School.

This scholarship is administered by the Sanilac County Community Foundation.  For more information on scholarship opportunities through the Sanilac County Community Foundation, contact Melissa Anderson, Executive Director, at the Foundation office at 810-648-3634.

For Good. For Ever.