Bolander, Stuham get scholarships

KINGMAN - Kingman High School graduates Corey Bolander and Christy Stuham each received a $1,100 Community Family Interest Clubs scholarship award June 3 when scholarships were presented to seniors planning to attend college.

Nancy Riddle, publicity chairwoman for the Morning Glories, which is operated through the Mohave County Cooperative Extension Service, said three seniors were chosen April 2 to receive the scholarships of $1,100 each based on needs. A Lake Havasu High graduate got the third award.

Bolander plans to become a mechanic. He will attend Universal Technical Institute in Avondale beginning this fall.

Stuham will attend Northern Arizona University, Riddle said.

Morning Glories is the Kingman branch of CFIC. Bullhead City, Lake Havasu City and Meadview have other chapters, all of which link together to raise money for scholarships.