Poudre Valley REA awards 12 college scholarships

Madison Eckerdt, daughter of Thomas and Phyllis Eckerdt and a graduate of Poudre High School, was among this year’s recipients of 12 college scholarships awarded by Poudre Valley Rural Electric Association.

The other winners of $2,000 scholarships from Poudre Valley REA are: Sara Trout, daughter of Cathy Trout, graduate of Thompson Valley High School, attending the University of Colorado this fall; Daniel Bosnich, son of Marinko and Dianne Bosnich, graduate of Berthoud High School; Anna Crona, daughter of Jeff and Emily Crona of Drake, attending Fort Lewis College; Luke Boustred, son of Allister and Sarah Boustred, graduate of Ridgeview Classical Schools, attending CU; Erika Lowe, daughter of Richard Lowe, graduate of Ridgeview Classical Schools, attending Regis University; Nick Peper, son of Michael and Sarah Peper, graduate of Niwot High School, attending CU; Jasmine Aas, daughter of Eric and Heidi Aas, graduate of Windsor High School, attending University of Northern Colorado; Kamirae Dozier, daughter of Matthew and Bonnie Dozier, graduate of Thompson Valley High School, attending Colorado State University; and Caitlin Tufts, daughter of Brian and Linda Tufts, graduate of Windsor High School.

The College Scholarship Fund has been a part of Poudre Valley REA’s Community Outreach Program for 19 years and has awarded more than $160,000 to area students since 1993. The scholarship program is funded entirely with unclaimed capital credits as are other community programs for the benefit of the association members.

An additional two scholarships awarded are funded by Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association. The recipients of these $500 scholarships are Nate Overton, son of Daniel and Tara Overton, graduate of Windsor High School, who will attend CSU, and Austin Coffin, son of Curtis and Nancy Coffin, a graduate of Greeley West High School who will attend CU.

Scholarship application forms for next year will be posted on www.pvrea.com in October.

Poudre Valley Rural Electric Association is a member-owned, not-for-profit electric distribution cooperative serving more than 35,000 consumer-members in Boulder, Larimer and Weld counties.

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