JOHN WILDER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP The Sanilac County Community Foundation announces that Nicholas Grifka is this year’s recipient of the John Wilder Memorial Scholarship. Nicholas is the son of Brian and Wanda Grifka.  He was a member of the Basketball team and captain his varsity year.  Nicholas also ran track and was a member of the… Read More

ESTHER M. CUPPEN SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS ANNOUNCED Megan Jex, a 2016 graduate of Croswell-Lexington High School and Aleesha Klaty, a 2016 graduate of Carsonville – Port Sanilac High School, have been named this year’s recipients of the Esther M. Cuppen Scholarship. Megan was co-captain of the volleyball team and helped lead her team to become district… Read More

CHERYL THOMAS SCHOLARSHIP WINNER ANNOUNCED Sanilac County Community Foundation is pleased to announce that Jessica Ruckman and Andrew Storm are this year’s recipients of the Cheryl Thomas Scholarship. Jessica is the daughter of Bartley and Sarah Ruckman, who passed away in 2008 and 2012.  She currently lives with her aunt, Rebecca Rogers.  During high school,… Read More

  $17,350.00 in Grants Awarded The Sanilac County Community Foundation is pleased to announce that $17,350.00 in combined grants were given to the following entities. Heaven Sent; Shabbona Baby Pantry; Sandusky Schools; Croswell Lions; Suicide Prevention Committee; Peck Summer League; Blue Water Folk Society; Croswell Food Truck; Great Start Collaborative; At the Sanilac County Community… Read More

Top College Scholarship Goes To Sandusky High’s Rosalia Abraham Sandusky, MI – Class of 2016 graduate Rosalia Abraham is now the 2nd full recipient of the Samczyk-Ball Pay It Forward Scholarship, which awards $20,000 over four years to a Sandusky High School student who most exemplifies the spirit of determination and service to others. The… Read More

The Sanilac County Community Foundation is pleased to announce that $14,452.00 in combined grants were given to the following entities: Sanilac Intermediate School District; Croswell Lions Club; Sandusky Lions Club; McKenzie Health System. At the Sanilac County Community Foundation (SCCF) meeting held in December, recipients of the fall, 2015 grant round were on hand to… Read More

Becky Taylor, a 2015 graduate of Marlette High School and Krissa Jones, a 2015 graduate of Sandusky High School are this year’s recipients of the Richard M. Coffelt Memorial Scholarship Fund. Becky plans to attend Eastern Michigan University in the fall where she will be part of the marching band. Becky graduated from Marlette High School with high… Read More

Sarah Eddy is the granddaughter of Sue and Jerry Cook of Kingston. Sarah is a member of the National Honor Society, Youth Advisory Council, Business Professionals of America and also was on Varsity Cheerleading. She was involved in volunteering such as organizing two coat drives that collected coats that were given to Department of Human… Read More

Katelyn Gerstenberger is the Adult Female Walls/Flannigan Scholarship recipient for 2015. Katelyn Gerstenberger is a first-year graduate student at Nova Southeastern University’s Physician Assistant program in Jacksonville, Florida. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Nova Southeastern University. Katelyn was born and raised in Sandusky, Michigan and graduated from Sandusky High School… Read More

MacKenzie Kelly, a 2015 graduate of Marlette High School, is the recipient of the Isaac “Ike” Selick Law Enforcement Scholarship. MacKenzie is the daughter of Kirk and Marty Kelly. She participated in Varsity Cross Country, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Soccer, National Honor Society and Student Council. MacKenzie plans to attend Lake Superior State University to study… Read More

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