2013 Scholarships Awarded
The following students have received scholarships administered by the Mehlville-Oakville Foundation.
Mehlville High School Recipients
Amanda Schultz - B.W. Fulks Memorial Scholarship $1,000
Kristina Kohl - Dr. Jane Reed Scholarship $1,000
Muhamed Hodzic - Mehlville-Oakville Foundation Scholarship $1,000
Kelsey Flachs - Ellen Kaye Palmier Scholarship $500
James Sellers - Joshua Carl Wrestling Scholarship $750
Oakville High School Recipients
Brett Taylor Champion - Ben Vogelsang Baseball Scholarship $500
Lucy Elizabeth Right - B.W. Fulks Memorial Scholarship $1,000
Daniel Neal Altmann - Mehlville-Oakville Foundation Scholarship $1,000
The Mehlville-Oakville Foundation congratulates all of this year's scholarship recipients and wishes them well in their future educational endeavors.
Nottelmann Scholarships Awarded
Alyssa Reynolds of Oakville High School and Savanna Heiney of Mehlville have been awarded the 2013 William B. Nottelmann Music Scholarship. Both students will receive scholarship award certificates in the amount of $500.00 at upcoming OHS and MHS band concerts scheduled to take place on March 4th at 7:00 p.m.
Alyssa and Savanna were awarded the scholarships based on their demonstration of good character, responsibility and participation in music, as well as community programs.
The Mehlville-Oakville Foundation wishes both students the best for their future.
MOF Prize Patrol Surprise Teachers with Mini-Grants
The Mehlville-Oakville Foundation visited nine district schools on Monday, Nov. 19, and awarded nearly $4,000 to more than 30 teachers who submitted proposals to enhance and enrich their students’ classroom experience. Click here to read more about the mini-grant winners.
Informational letter and Sponsorship/Donation form for the Mehlville Community Tennis Court Project
Designated Scholarships are funds that are awarded each year by the Foundation to deserving students. Funding for the Scholarships can be one time, annual or endowed. Designated Scholarships provide the opportunity for donors to name the Scholarship in their honor, in memory of a loved one, or for a business or organization.