2010-12-09 / Education

ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP


Shelbie Sudzinski, a 2010 Roscommon High School graduate, receives a $250 scholarship from the Roscommon County Deputies Association. While attending high school Sudzinski was dual enrolled in Kirtland Community College’s art program. When she graduated from high school she had 21 college credits. She has an interest in criminal psychology and has developed an interest in forensic sketching. Currently attending Kendall Art School, Sudzinski is the daughter of Kevin and Cheryl Sudzinski. This is the second year of the scholarship. The deputies association will be offering the scholarship again in the spring for graduating seniors. Pictured are (left to right) Dep. Jeff Greiser, Dep. Emilie Pelleran, Sudzinski, Dep. Ben Lowe, Corrections Officer Aaron Grace and Dep. Mike Richardson. (Courtesy photo) Shelbie Sudzinski, a 2010 Roscommon High School graduate, receives a $250 scholarship from the Roscommon County Deputies Association. While attending high school Sudzinski was dual enrolled in Kirtland Community College’s art program. When she graduated from high school she had 21 college credits. She has an interest in criminal psychology and has developed an interest in forensic sketching. Currently attending Kendall Art School, Sudzinski is the daughter of Kevin and Cheryl Sudzinski. This is the second year of the scholarship. The deputies association will be offering the scholarship again in the spring for graduating seniors. Pictured are (left to right) Dep. Jeff Greiser, Dep. Emilie Pelleran, Sudzinski, Dep. Ben Lowe, Corrections Officer Aaron Grace and Dep. Mike Richardson. (Courtesy photo)

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