Friday, April 27, 2012

Community Opens Pockets For Students



More than $200,000 in scholarship money and grants was donated to Wood River High School students during Tuesday night’s 2011-12 Scholarship Awards assembly in the new Blaine County School District theater in Hailey. One honoree was senior Greg Lindbloom, above, perhaps best known locally for his football prowess and for being named the 2011 Great Basin Conference Co-Offensive Player of the Year. During Tuesday’s ceremony, U.S. Army Sgt. Quinton Flegel, based in Twin Falls, gave Lindbloom a check representing the $53,028 from the U.S. government’s Montgomery GI Bill that will go to Lindbloom’s college expenses once he completes his service in the Army. See a complete list of scholarship recipients and more photos in the Wednesday, May 2, edition of the Idaho Mountain Express. Express photo by David N. Seelig




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