Sanilac County Community Foundation is pleased to announce that this year’s recipient of the Isaac “Ike” Selick Law Enforcement Scholarship is Devyn Gordon.
Devyn is a 2019 graduate of Croswell – Lexington High School, where she graduated at the very top of her class as a Senior Scholar, National Honor Society President, and active member in the school’s Student Council and Executive Board. She also was a three sport athlete all four years of high school, participating in volleyball, basketball, and softball. Devyn earned many awards as an athlete, including all-league, all-county, all-region, and all-state accolades. She will be attending Michigan State University this fall, where she will be a part of the Honors College, James Madison Residential College, and Division 1 Rowing Team, pursuing a pre-law degree. Devyn is the daughter of David and Katie Gordon of Croswell.
The Isaac “Ike” Selick Law Enforcement Scholarship was established in 2000 in Ike’s memory by his family to give students who are pursuing a career in law enforcement the chance to achieve their dreams. Ike Selick retired as a Detective Sergeant with the Detroit Police Department and would be pleased to know that, in his memory, each year a high school graduate receives this scholarship to pursue a career in law enforcement.
The recipient of the scholarship is chosen by the superintendent, principal and girls’ softball coach of Peck High School and is awarded on the basis of athletic and academic achievement, and financial need.
This scholarship 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.