The Sanilac County Community Foundation is pleased to announce the recipient of the Fred Cady Scholarship is Courtney Rosell.
Courtney Elizabeth Rosell, a 2019 graduate of Marlette Jr./Sr. High School and the Sanilac Career Center is the daughter of Leona Rosell and Paul Astley of Clifford. During high school, she participated in National Honors Society (NHS), Rocket Club, and also competed in two Prostart Culinary Competitions. By attending the Career Center Courtney was able to obtain her current job as a cook at Darrel’s Steak and Seafood. As a student at both facilities, Courtney has earned numerous awards for attendance, citizenship, classroom awards, academic awards, and even principal awards. Courtney graduated as a Magna Cum Laude. She plans to attend Saint Clair County Community College to receive an associate degree in business management. She would like to own a restaurant or a food truck.
The Fred Cady Scholarship Fund was established in September of 1998 by the Sanilac County Association of School Boards to honor Fred Cady, who retired after 22 years as an educator and administrator in Sanilac County. This scholarship is given annually for the educational needs of the Sanilac County area as determined by the Fund Advisory Board. It is administered through 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.