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Kiwanis' scholarship applications at schools


Platte Valley Kiwanis hosted “Stars of Tomorrow” April 13, at the Platte Valley Community Center.

Youth from Saratoga, Rawlins, Wheatland and Cheyenne participated in the regional talent show. The show included a special performance by The Bird and the Bear duo, Mirthe Bolhuis and Garry Wood, performing several songs while Garry reminisced about his past performances in Stars of Tomorrow. Lydia Frost from Cheyenne was the top performer with a piano solo of Raindrop Prelude by Frederick Chopin.  Jason Weber, of Cheyenne and Victoria Bryan, of Rawlins placed second and third respectively.  Frost and Weber will compete at the Rocky Mountain District Stars of Tomorrow show in Loveland, Colo. on April 28.

The Platte Kiwanis Club is soliciting scholarship applications from graduating seniors from Saratoga and Encampment High Schools. Annual scholarships are given to graduates from each school who plan to continue their education at an in- or out-of-state junior college, college, university, or vocational school. More information can be obtained from school counselors. Applications must be received by May 2.

The next Kiwanis meeting is at 5:15 p.m. on May 21 at the Senior Center. Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time. It is one of the largest community-service organizations dedicated primarily to helping the children of the world. Membership is open to anyone and if you would like to learn more or join Kiwanis you may contact any member or attend the one-hour long meetings which occur once a month.


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