2003

Scholarship Winners ($27,500)

 Andrew Hasley 

 Award: $10,000 Four-year scholarship
 School: Fruita Monument High School
 City: Grand Junction
 Attending: Univ. of Wisconsin - Madison
 Probable Major: Graduate School
 Vocational Goal: Genetic Research
 Eye Condition: Congenital Leber’s Amaurosis

Interesting Notes: Violinist for the String Orchestra, Enjoys forensics and debate, skiing, swimming, biking, hiking, and rock climbing!

 Daniel Nelson-Kangas

 Award: $7,500 Four-year scholarship
 School: Overland High School
 City: Denver
 Attending: Colorado College – Colorado Springs
 Probable Major: Undecided – Many Interests!
 Vocational Goal: Undecided
Eye Condition: Corneal Degeneration and Retinal Detachments

Interesting Notes: Boettcher Scholarship candidate, top five percent of high school class, enjoys Judo and working with developmentally impaired children

 Binyam Atsbaha                     

 Award: $2,500 two-year Scholarship 
 School: George Washington High School
 City: Denver
 Attending: CU - Boulder
 Probable Major: Computer Engineering
 Vocational Goal: Computer Engineer
Eye Condition: Retinoblastoma

Interesting Notes: Born in Adis Abeba, Ethiopia.  Binyam enjoys soccer, chess, and computers!

 Melissa Clayton

 Award: $2,500 two-year Scholarship
 School: Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind
 City: Colorado Springs Home: Colorado Springs
 Attended: Pikes Peak Community College
Probable Major: Elementary Education
 Vocational Goal: Teacher
  Eye Condition: Congenital Glaucoma

Interesting Notes: Involved in student government and El Pomar Youth in Community Service and raised $600 for the Red Cross following 9-11!

 Jennifer Holt

 Award: $2,500 two-year Scholarship
 High School: Coronado High School
 City: Colorado Springs Home: Colorado Springs
 Attended: Adams State College - Alamosa
 Probable Major: Received degree in Music Education
Eye Condition: Congenital Glaucoma

Interesting Notes: A year 2000 recipient of a SEE THE FUTURE Fund Scholarship.  Selected into the prestigious Chamber Choir at Adams State as a Freshman. 

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