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CONGRATULATIONS 2019 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS!

Written on 07/05/2019


 CONGRATULATIONS 2019 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS! 


 SAVANAH CILK is finishing her second semester at Gonzaga University and plans to become an Attorney . She is interested in the criminal justice field and thinking of becoming a Prosecutor or Defense Attorney. After she graduates she will move  home to Grays Harbor to build her career.  Parents: Kelly and Officer Harry Cilk, of the Fish and Wildlife Officers, Local 881

 CARSON GUTIERREZ has been accepted into Wooster University where he will begin his Pre-Medical degree, with a Biology major and a Spanish minor. His dream is to become an Oncologist and dedicate his life to fighting cancer. Parents: Tiffany and Officer Jon Gutierrez with Bellingham Police Guild WHITLEY PRATER not only intends to climb Mount Rainier but is motivated to help high school students who are going through tough times by  becoming a High School Counselor .  Her personal experiences with friends who have gone through depression, loss and suicide, has inspired her to choose this path.   Parents: Julie and Officer Dustin Prater of the Fish and Wildlife Officers, Local 881HALEY NICHOLSON has law enforcement in her blood and plans on attending Central Washington University to obtain her Law and Justice degree then dedicate her life to “ keeping the streets safe ”, like her parents and  uncles. Haley admires her Uncle Ronnie, an Officer, who lost his life in 2009. He was one of the Lakewood 4, who was murdered at the Parkland Forza Coffee Shop.  Parents: Joanna and Officer Gary Nichols on with the  Pierce County Deputy Sheriffs Independent Guild

 CALLIE JOHNSON will be attending Boise Sate University majoring in Marketing and Communications. Because of her love for football, she plans on working in the Sports Marketing Field with a professional or college football team.  Parents: are Officer Collene Johnson and Officer Bryan Johnson with Tacoma Police Guild, Local #6

 JENNA ROGERS is excited to attend Gonzaga University majoring in Accounting . The next two years will be full of summer classes, that will keep her on task, being eligible to take the CPA exam when she   graduates in 2021. Jenna dreams of working at one of the Big Four Accounting Firms. Parents: Michelle and Officer Jeff Rogers of the, Spokane County Deputy Sheriffs Association