The following are recent scholarship winners:
- Amy Naylor, a Taylorsville High School senior, has been awarded a $10,000 scholarship by the Foerstner Scholarship Foundation, which supplies scholarship funding for Amana Refrigeration, Inc. Her father, Layne V. Naylor, is a regional sales manager for the firm. She will attend Utah State University.- Kristy Larson, Grantsville High School senior, is the winner of a $1,000 National Honor Society scholarship sponsored by the National Association of Secondary School Principals. She will enroll in Utah State University.
- Trent C. Porter, Roy, is one of 52 students throughout the country to win the Governor's Scholar Award to Interlochen Arts Camp, a prestigious program for outstanding arts students. His $2,950 scholarship will cover the costs of a summer experience at the Interlochen center near Traverse City, Mich.
He is the son of Calvin Lyle and Kathryne Sprague Porter and a senior at Roy High School. He plays percussion instruments and studies with Don Keipp of Weber State University.
- Richard R. Dow, a Tooele High School senior, has been named the inaugural winner of the Barrick Mercur Scholarship in metallurgical engineering at the University of Utah. The award begins at $1,800 and increases by $200 per year as long as the recipient remains fully accredited in the department and maintains at least a 3.0 grade point average.
The U. scholarship will be given to a Tooele student each year by the Barrick Mercur Gold Mine Foundation.
- For their academic excellence and community involvement, 10 graduating high school seniors have each received $250 Little Caesars Pizza Scholarships to use at the colleges or universities of their choice.
Scholarship winners are Paulette Fay, Kearns High, Bryan Fowler, West Jordan High; Holly Howell, Skyline High; Tiffany McAdam, Bingham High; Jerica Mohlman, Bingham High; Kimberly Prince, Spanish Fork High; Justin Smith, Layton High; Stacy Stratford, Ogden High; Julie Vigoren, Timpview High; and Stacie Youngman, Ogden High.
The 10 winners were selected from more than 120 applicants by Utah Pizza Service, the local Little Caesars franchise. All were chosen for their community involvement and excellence in both academics and extracurricular activities.
QUOTE OF THE DAY: "Nothing can be any more discouraging . . . all the 'ifs'. How would you feel if you went out and didn't give your best effort and this team (Portland) goes ahead and wins the championship?" Jazz Coach Jerry Sloan on Tuesday night's Game 5 of the Utah-Portland NBA playoff series, which the Trail Blazers lead 3-1.
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