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Honor Credit Union Awards 12 Community Commitment Scholarships

Honor Credit Union is proud to announce the recipients of its annual Community Commitment Scholarship program. This program aims to recognize and support high school seniors who have demonstrated exceptional dedication to their communities, alongside academic excellence.

Through a blind selection process, these 12 students have been selected for their outstanding commitment to community service and will receive $2,500 towards further education.

The 2024 recipients embody the values of service, leadership and academic excellence. Their exemplary contributions serve as an inspiration to others, reflecting the credit union's dedication to supporting and uplifting local youth.

The 2024 winners are:

Battle Creek / Coldwater Area
Anna Richer – Quincy High School
Mollie Murdock – Gull Lake High School

Benton Harbor / St. Joseph Area
Kayla Valdes - St. Joseph High School

Buchanan / Berrien Springs / Niles Area
Zayne Hunsberger - Raising Arrows Academy

Coloma / Hartford / South Haven Area
Sydney Bettis – South Haven High School

Dowagiac Area
Kayden Stokes - Lighthouse Connections Academy

Greater Grand Rapids Area
Alisyn Borton - Hudsonville High School
Tessa Byker- Covenant Christian High School

Gwinn / Marquette / Negaunee Area
Josie Matheny - Marquette Senior High School
Mick Kumpula - Negaunee High School

Greater Kalamazoo Area
Abigail DeGraw - Stoney Creek High School
Addison Jackson - Kalamazoo Christian High School

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