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2011 Black Hills Stock Show Foundation scholarship winners

Tawnie DeJong, Amanda Kammerer, Katie Doll, Codi Hanson, David Smith and Taz Olson have been awarded scholarships from the Black Hills Stock Show Foundation.

Each of these students have achieved great accomplishments both in school and in their community. Each scholarship is for $2,000, and may be renewed for one year.

Terry Taylor, Black Hills Stock Show Foundation committee chairman, reported 33 young people competed for the honor of receiving one of six scholarships.

Scholarship recipients will be recognized at the Black Hills Stock Show Bockman’s Banquet and Ball, on Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2010 at the Ramkota Hotel.

Tawnie DeJong, Amanda Kammerer, Katie Doll, Codi Hanson, David Smith and Taz Olson have been awarded scholarships from the Black Hills Stock Show Foundation.

Each of these students have achieved great accomplishments both in school and in their community. Each scholarship is for $2,000, and may be renewed for one year.

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Terry Taylor, Black Hills Stock Show Foundation committee chairman, reported 33 young people competed for the honor of receiving one of six scholarships.

Scholarship recipients will be recognized at the Black Hills Stock Show Bockman’s Banquet and Ball, on Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2010 at the Ramkota Hotel.

Tawnie DeJong, Amanda Kammerer, Katie Doll, Codi Hanson, David Smith and Taz Olson have been awarded scholarships from the Black Hills Stock Show Foundation.

Each of these students have achieved great accomplishments both in school and in their community. Each scholarship is for $2,000, and may be renewed for one year.

Terry Taylor, Black Hills Stock Show Foundation committee chairman, reported 33 young people competed for the honor of receiving one of six scholarships.

Scholarship recipients will be recognized at the Black Hills Stock Show Bockman’s Banquet and Ball, on Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2010 at the Ramkota Hotel.

Tawnie DeJong, Amanda Kammerer, Katie Doll, Codi Hanson, David Smith and Taz Olson have been awarded scholarships from the Black Hills Stock Show Foundation.

Each of these students have achieved great accomplishments both in school and in their community. Each scholarship is for $2,000, and may be renewed for one year.

Terry Taylor, Black Hills Stock Show Foundation committee chairman, reported 33 young people competed for the honor of receiving one of six scholarships.

Scholarship recipients will be recognized at the Black Hills Stock Show Bockman’s Banquet and Ball, on Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2010 at the Ramkota Hotel.

Tawnie DeJong, Amanda Kammerer, Katie Doll, Codi Hanson, David Smith and Taz Olson have been awarded scholarships from the Black Hills Stock Show Foundation.

Each of these students have achieved great accomplishments both in school and in their community. Each scholarship is for $2,000, and may be renewed for one year.

Terry Taylor, Black Hills Stock Show Foundation committee chairman, reported 33 young people competed for the honor of receiving one of six scholarships.

Scholarship recipients will be recognized at the Black Hills Stock Show Bockman’s Banquet and Ball, on Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2010 at the Ramkota Hotel.

Tawnie DeJong, Amanda Kammerer, Katie Doll, Codi Hanson, David Smith and Taz Olson have been awarded scholarships from the Black Hills Stock Show Foundation.

Each of these students have achieved great accomplishments both in school and in their community. Each scholarship is for $2,000, and may be renewed for one year.

Terry Taylor, Black Hills Stock Show Foundation committee chairman, reported 33 young people competed for the honor of receiving one of six scholarships.

Scholarship recipients will be recognized at the Black Hills Stock Show Bockman’s Banquet and Ball, on Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2010 at the Ramkota Hotel.

Tawnie DeJong, Amanda Kammerer, Katie Doll, Codi Hanson, David Smith and Taz Olson have been awarded scholarships from the Black Hills Stock Show Foundation.

Each of these students have achieved great accomplishments both in school and in their community. Each scholarship is for $2,000, and may be renewed for one year.

Terry Taylor, Black Hills Stock Show Foundation committee chairman, reported 33 young people competed for the honor of receiving one of six scholarships.

Scholarship recipients will be recognized at the Black Hills Stock Show Bockman’s Banquet and Ball, on Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2010 at the Ramkota Hotel.

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