Charlo grads make plans for future, scholarships
Shad Andersen plans on working to get his pilot’s license and eventually hopes to fly helicopters.
Paije Bauer plans on working to get her tattoo license and travel the country seeing where life takes her.
Tyla Castor plans to attend Brigham Young University-Idaho to pursue a career in graphic design. Charlo Perpetual scholarship, $1,000
Kalista Clark will attend Salish Kootenai College in the fall to study nursing.
Clayton DeLong plans to attend the University of Montana Western to study Biology.
Brooklyn Foust plans on attending BYU--Hawaii where she will pursue a degree in biomedical sciences. Upon graduation Brooklyn will pursue a doctorate in physical therapy. MSU Premier Scholarship, $2,500; Wendy’s High School Heisman (each year one female and one male in the state of Montana are selected for this award) $1,000; Blackfoot Telephone Company, $1,000; Elks MVS Foundation, $1,000; Kenneth and Norma Trietsch, $2,800; Charlo Perpetual, $1000 Valley Bank; TBD Rocky Mountain Twist, $250; Phyllis Stivers Memorial Scholarship, $300
Brady Fryberger plans on attending the University of Montana and yelling “go Griz” extremely loud. Les Schwab scholarship, $100; Elks Foundation scholarship, $1,000; Youth Serve Montana, $1,000; Blackfoot Telephone company, $1,000; Montana Academic Achievement scholarship, $1,000; Charlyn M. Rogers Memorial, $1,000; Horatio Alger Scholarship, $10,000
Sakoya Gaustad plans to attend Montana State University to pursue a degree in nursing. Valley Bank, TBD
Sierra Hutchin will attend Montana State University and study agricultural education on the extension tract. She will then get her masters in agricultural leadership and communications so she can become an extension agent. Blackfoot Telephone Scholarship, $1,000; Rod's Harvest Food, $100; Napa Auto Parts,$100; Clayton DeVoe Scholarship, $,5000; Valley Bank Scholarship, TBD; Lake County 4-H scholarship, $500; Shamrock Services,$400; Poke the Bear Scholarship, TBA
Chandler Krahn: Chandler will be moving to Plasco, Texas to work as a welder.
Aislynn Love: Reach higher Montana, $1000; Bozeman Premier, $1000; Youth Serve Montana, $1000; Charlo Perpetual, $1000; Kelsey Rollins Memorial Scholarship, $1000; Charlyn M. Rogers, $1000; Poke the Bear Scholarship, TBA; Clayton DeVoe, $5000. She has enlisted in the Army Reserves and plans to attend Montana State University to pursue a Doctorate degree in nursing.
Logan Mock plans to work on a ranch in the Big Hole Valley for the summer. He will then finish his highway construction technology certificate at Salish Kootenai College and pursue a career in this field.
Jaelee Nelson plans to continue studying dental assisting at Salish Kootenai College. She then hopes to work as a dental assistant in Alaska. Ronan Eye Clinic, $100; Coulter Automotive, $100
Brooke Nentwig plans to work for a while. She will then enroll in college to study nursing.
Rowdy Nentwig plans to see what shakes. He then plans to eventually become a helicopter pilot.
Toby Odom is pursuing a career with Montana Rail Link.
Sabin Perry will be serving a two-year mission for his church in Rochester, New York. Upon his return, he will attend Utah State University where he has been accepted to the John M Huntsman School of Business Honors program to study accounting. Elks Club, $1,000; Elks Club State Finalist, $500; John M. Huntsman, $8,000; Utah State Aggie Scholar, $14,000; Utah State Involvement Scholarship, $3,000
Tyson Petticrew plans on attending Wenatchee Valley College to play baseball and major in sports management or teaching. Wenatchee Valley Grant, $3,000; Wenatchee Valley Baseball Scholarship; Valley bank scholarship
Ciara Roberts plans to attend Salish Kootenai College in the fall of 2018 where she will continue the dental assisting program. She will get a job in Great Falls working in a dental office while completing dental hygiene school. Charlo Perpetual, $1,000; Charlo Lions Club, $1,000
Devon Siech plans on enlisting in the army reserves and attending Montana State Bozeman for Biological Engineering. MSU Premier, $1,000; Valley Bank, $100; Charlo Grocery, $200
Hallie Sohr plans to attend Montana State University and pursue a bachelor’s degree in nursing. She will also be competing in rodeo. MSU Rodeo, $8,000; MSU Premiere, $1,000; Lake County 4-H, $500; St. Luke Community Healthcare, $500; Round Butte Future Stockmen, $100; Mountain West Co-Op, $100; Harvest Foods, $100; Valley Bank, TBD; Montana High School Rodeo, $300
Dylan Stevens will work for Glacier Sand and Gravel. He also plans on finishing his certificate of highway technology at Salish Kootenai College.
Bailey Weible: Bailey plans to live in the mountains. He eventually plans on making his way to Alaska.