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THE DIXIE CUPS STORY T.J Craven Clinton Queen 2015 Lindsey Branscum 2015 Queen Contestants Refuge Emmaleigh McClelland Hanna Kane Haylee Green Chloe Bender Vaulee Broussard Travelin Riverboat at Clinton Fall Festival Barbershop Quartet at Clinton Fall Festival Andy Piatt and Lisa Wes Maki and Lisa Jan Wagner Sheryl Busch and Lisa on a Golf Cart Shuttle Our Beloved Molly and Lisa at CFF Jen Herrington and Lisa Snead
2017 Scholarships Recipients:
 
The Clinton Fall Festival Scholarship Program has awarded a total of $90,000 since its inception in 1999.
 

Alexis Bailey - Carl and Suzy Woodward Memorial scholarship

Noel Scott IV - Eric Kemner Memorial scholarship

Fletcher Mellinger - Technological scholarship


The Woodward scholarship awarded to Alexis Bailey is a four year renewable scholarship for $500 each year. Alexis will be attending Eastern Michigan University to study nursing. She is the daughter of Jennifer O’Brien and the late Tony Bailey. This scholarship honors Clinton residents Carl and Suzy Woodward who were co-chairs of the festival in 1985. They were long time supporters of the festival and of the entire community of Clinton. This scholarship is awarded to a CHS senior who best demonstrates a commitment to the Clinton Fall Festival and/or the Clinton community.



The Kemner scholarship awarded to Noel Scott IV is a four year renewable scholarship for $1000 each year. Noel will be attending Western Michigan University to study engineering. He is the son of Mimi and Noel Scott III. The Kemner scholarship honors the memory of Eric Kemner who was a graduate of Clinton High School and an all state performer on the CHS cross-country and track teams. This scholarship is awarded to a local student who intends to pursue a degree in a scientific field and who demonstrates high academic and athletic achievement.

The Technological scholarship awarded to Fletcher Mellinger is a one-time grant of $1000. Fletcher will be attending the IBEW Electrical Apprenticeship/Trade School Program in pursuit of his certification as an electrician. He is the son of Robert Mellinger and Lisa Mellinger. This scholarship is awarded to a local graduate who plans to attend a technical school or community college in pursuit of a certificate or associate’s degree in a technical field.

 
 
 
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