Crystal Lake Chamber Foundation Announces 2020 Scholarship Recipients
The Crystal Lake Chamber of Commerce Foundation has announced its recipients for the Bob Blazier Scholarship (BBSL) for Leadership the newly created Baxter & Woodman Civil Engineering Scholarship. Applicants for the foundation scholarships were required to fill out the application which included an essay section. Applications should be graduating from Community High School District 155, Faith Lutheran High School or Marian Central Catholic High School. Members of the Crystal Lake Chamber of Commerce Foundation Board and awarding companies were present to honor the scholarship recipients. The scholarships were awarded in front of the Blazier Center for Community, Leadership, and Commerce building. The building, as well as the Foundation’s first scholarship, are dedicated to Bob Blazier, former Superintendent of District 47, and an icon of the Crystal Lake community.
Bob Blazier Scholarship for Leadership Recipients
Created in May of 2013 and named in recognition of Bob Blazier who has been a leader for the Crystal Lake Chamber and in the community since the early 1960’s. Each recipient of the Bob Blazier Scholarship for Leadership is awarded $500 to help provide financial support to applicants pursuing a major in education. 2020's recipients are Hannah Schuetzle and Abigail Enck.
Hannah Schuetzle was selected as one of two recipients for the Bob Blazier Scholarship for Leadership. Hannah is a twin who aspires to become an elementary education teacher. She will be attending McHenry County College in the fall to complete her general education!
|Abigail Enck was selected as the second recipient of the Bob Blazier Scholarship for Leadership. Abigail will be attending Carroll University in Waukesha, Wisconsin where she will be pursuing her dream of being a High School Special Education teacher!
Baxter & Woodman Civil Engineering Scholarship Recipients
|The Crystal Lake Chamber of Commerce Foundation was proud to be approached by Mr. Ambrose, CEO and President of Baxter & Woodman to found the Baxter & Woodman Civil Engineering Scholarship this past year. Mr. Ambrose created and funded this scholarship to offer more opportunities for those seeking to pursue a Civil Engineering Degree. These inaugural awards were given to Emily Bromley and Charlie Gruen.|
Emily Bromley transferred to the University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee so that she could concentrate on a Civil Engineering degree in hopes of making a difference in the environment.
Charlie will be attending the Milwaukee School of Engineering, where he’ll also be wrestling!