Tri Kappa announces scholarships

Delta Chi Chapter of Kappa, Kappa, Kappa Inc. is proud to announce four outstanding scholars for 2021.


Kimbra Burke, the daughter of Cheryl and Stephen Burke, is the winner of the Jorene Brewer Memorial Scholarship. National Honor Society, Student Council, Key Club, Octagon Club, SADD, band, Wyldlife and volleyball are some of Kimbra's activities. She participated in 4-H and volunteered as an office assistant at Jasper High School and Precious Blood Church. Kimbra will major in biology/pharmacy this fall at Purdue University.










The Karen Place Schwinghammer Memorial Scholarship winner is Addison Clauss. Addison is the daughter of Jamie and Phillip Clauss. She will attend Purdue University and major in chemical engineering. Being a member of the National Honor Society, Student Council, FCA, Key Club and Business Professionals of America, Unified Track and soccer team didn't keep her from the top 10 percent of the class academically. Memorial Hospital, peer tutor and Holy Family Church were recipients of Addison's volunteer time.










Brenna Mehringer is the winner of the Carolyn Wendholt Buehler Vocational/Academic Scholarship. Brenna is the daughter of Gwen and Kurt Mehringer. She was in the top 10 percent of the class academically and active in the National Honor Society, Student Council, Spanish Club, FCA, SADD and Octagon Club. Brenna also volunteered for Community CHEW, Ireland Youth Sports and St. Mary Church. She will attend Butler University in the fall and will major in health sciences and Spanish.










The winner of the Ann Knies Boeglin Memorial Scholarship is Katelynn Stemle. She is the daughter of Jennifer and Todd Stemle. Katelynn will attend Purdue University and major in pharmaceutical science. While ranking in the top 10 percent of the class and achieving perfect attendance, Katelynn was a member of the National Honor Society, Student Council, SADD, Octagon Club, theater and choir. She was also involved with 4-H, Junior Leaders, and volunteered at the Community Food Bank and St. Mary Church.




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