While some of our youth programs were canceled this year due to COVID-19, Noble REMC is proud and happy to announce the recipients of our 2020 scholarships.
We awarded three $1,000 scholarships to help students in our community further their education.
To be eligible, the recipients’ parents or guardians must be members of Noble REMC. Candidates were judged anonymously based on grade point average, a short autobiography and letters of recommendation, as well as their school and community involvement.
Congratulations to this year’s recipients!
Allison Komrska is a graduate of Bishop Dwenger High School and plans to attend Purdue University to pursue a degree in aerospace engineering. After earning her degree, she aspires to one day work in the space program. She is the daughter of Gary and Melissa Komrska of LaOtto.
Darian Manth is a graduate of Churubusco Jr./Sr. High School and will attend Ivy Tech Community College to pursue a nursing degree. She plans to earn a master’s degree of science and nursing, specializing in pediatrics. She is the daughter of Shane and Tracie Manth of Albion.
Rachael Rogers is a graduate of East Noble High School and plans to attend Lincoln Land Community College before transferring to Purdue University to pursue a degree as a veterinary technician. Her goal is to become a vet tech in an office that serves large animals. She is the daughter of Richard and Renee Rogers of Kendallville.
We also want to thank the number of children and teenagers who applied to take part in our Indiana Youth Tour and Touchstone Energy Camp. Your safety is Noble REMC’s priority, and with the
ever-changing mandates of the COVID-19 pandemic, co-ops across the state and country made the tough decision to cancel the events this year. We appreciate your interest, and hope you stay involved in the cooperative’s programs in the future!