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Grange awards scholarships


The Kansas State Grange has announced eight recipients of the Brey Memorial Fund Scholarship awarded for 2000.

Scholarships are awarded on the basis of Grange membership, community and church activities with additional credit given for agricultural related fields of study. Educational scholarships are awarded each year from a foundation established by the late Claude and Ina Brey of Ozawkie, KS.

This year's recipients are Aimee Damashek, Andy Allison-Gallimore, Bobby Allison-Gallimore, Jason Klenklen, Anthony Marstall, Colleen Kramer, Amy Kramer and Heidi Bailey These winners were honored at a banquet during the Kansas State Grange annual convention in Emporia.

Aimee Damashek is the daughter of Terry and Sheree Damashek of Burlington. She is a member of Otter Creek Grange in Burlington and is studying pre-pharmacy at the University of Kansas.

Andy and Bobby Allison-Gallimore are the sons of Karen Allison and Gary Gallimore of Spring Hill. They are members of Morning Grange, Gardner. Both attend Kansas State University and are majoring in agricultural Economics.

Jason Klenklen is the son of Kevin (president of the Kansas State Grange) and Jamie Klenklen of Oskaloosa. He is a member of Pleasant View Grange, Oskaloosa. Jason is majoring in aviation technology at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, FL.

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