The Muskego Lions Club has awarded two Robert Kreuser/David Salentine post secondary scholarships to Muskego are seniors. Robert Kreuser was a respected teacher, principal, and superintendent for the Muskego-Norway School District. David Salentine was a life long Muskego resident, respected teacher, coach, and administrator for the Muskego-Norway School District. Both men were valued and honored members of the Muskego Lions Club.
Emma Schnittka, and Evan Warwick, seniors at Muskego High School, each received the Muskego Lions Club Robert Kreuser/David Salentine Scholarship in the amount of $750.
Emma will be attending UW-Madison with plans to double major in Kinesiology and Psychology. In addition to her academic accomplishments, Emma is an active student at Muskego High School involved with the French Club, French National Honor Society, national Honor Society, Yearbook, and Newspaper clubs. Emma tutors students in French, and has been a member of the track & field team, where she helped out with Special Olympians in various events. Emma is a leader in her church community by participating in mission trips, Labor of Love, and teaching children through Vacation Bible School, as well as Religious Education. Emma states "I truly believe that bettering oneself and bettering the lives of others are the most important things a person can work to achieve."
Evan will be attending UW-Madison with plans to major in Sports Marketing with a minor in Music. In addition to his academic accomplishments, Evan is a leader at Muskego High School in his involvement with the music department. Evan has participated in band and choir for his entire high school career, participating in musicals, solo & ensemble opportunities, and is vice president of the Tri-M Music Honors Society. Evan is also a member of the golf team, leading as team captain in his senior year. Serving others in his church, Evan leads youth programs, and participates in mission trips. During the holiday season, Evan and his family visit local senior living facilities, playing piano spreading holiday cheer. Evan reflects that "My goals revolve around the idea of giving back. I want to be able to inspire students through music..., continue to volunteer with organizations..., and demonstrate my leadership skills through volunteering."
We congratulate both of these young people on their accomplishments, and thank all of the Muskego area seniors who applied for our scholarship! We wish the senior classes of 2014 the best in their future endeavors!
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