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Scholarships available for congressional interns, agriculture or natual resource students

Local students make honor roll and dean's list

The following students from Wilsonville earned a spot on the honor roll during fall term at Clackamas Community College for earning 3.5 GPA or better: Mackenzie Wiseman, Sylvia Breach, Makayla Byassee, Anton Cederholm, Kacie Cieslinski, Cari Cook, Barton Dowdy, Chase Duvall, Jose Echevarria, Nina Elizondo, Joseph Fenech, Holly Hawkins, Ashley Hohenshelt, Logan Hubbard, Diego Huerta-Guzman, Kimberly Jaeger, Jay Johnson, Mitchell Kanbara, Andrew King, Joshua Knopp, Christopher Lea, Lauren Loosli, Helena Lukas, Ashley Magana, Anthony Major, Maxwell Marth, Chalyce McFarland, George McKeague, Alecia Miller, Zachary Neal, Zachary Nordahl, Mickayla Ploof, Karen Reis, Tegan Richards, Josiah Roske, Jessica Schwehr, Lauryn Seibel, Jason Skinner, Sansi Song, Tracie Stubblefield, Lei Sun, Kimchi Vo, Vi Vuong, Jacob Welsh, Dylan Whitaker and Christian Zweigart.

Kaylee Gould and Ryan O'Malley of Wilsonville earned dean's list honors at Central Community college for maintaining a 3.6 GPA or better over fall semester.

Conservation District scholarships offered

Applicants must be a graduate of a Clackamas County high school or a current resident of Clackamas County, have a sophomore standing or above as a full-time college student working toward a degree in agriculture, natural resource sciences or related field.

More details and the application can be found at

Merkley announces congressional

intern scholarship

Senator Jeff Merkley announced his We the People scholarship program which will allow interns working in his Washington D.C. and Portland offices to receive financial support during their internship.

Scholarships are available for full-time or part-time internships in Washington D.C., or a part-time internship in Portland.

Scholarship positions last between 10 and 14 weeks during the fall, winter, spring, and summer terms.

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