Lake Chelan Boating Club honors local students with scholarships


Left to right are: Lucas Gueller, Adeleine Torgesen, Alyssa La Mar and Cody Amsden.

Manson - The Lake Chelan Boating Club (LCBC) is proud to announce the winners of the LCBC 2018 Scholarships which are awarded to outstanding local high school graduating seniors.  Scholarships will be used at an accredited college or trade school.

Congratulations to Cody Amsden, Alyssa La Mar and Adeleine Torgesen, seniors from Manson High School and Lucas Gueller,  a Chelan High School senior.  Each of these students will receive a $500 scholarship.
Cody Amsden was selected for his outstanding academic achievements and proven service and dedication to his community.  He will attend Washington State University in the Fall to study engineering.

Lucas Gueller was selected for his excellent essays, outstanding reference and school involvement. Lucas will attend Washington State University to pursue a degree in the medical field.

Alyssa La Mar was selected for her excellent essays, school involvement and dedication and service to her community.  Alyssa will attend Trinity Western University in Langley, B.C. in the Fall to study Chemistry and Biology and eventually attend WSU to become a Pediatrician.

Adeleine Torgesen was selected for her academic achievements, outstanding letter of recommendation and school involvement.  Addy will attend Brigham Young University in the Fall to pursue a degree in the medical field.  

The LCBC wishes all scholarship winners a bright and promising future.
For anyone interested in contributing to the LCBC Scholarship fund, please contact Cindy Simmons (email address:  ccsimmons@nwi.net).

The Lake Chelan Boating Club was founded in 1954 by local boating enthusiasts.  We are a Service Club dedicated to promoting safe boating practices and the promotion of boating recreation and facilities on Lake Chelan.
The club, originally called The Lake Chelan Outboard Boating Club, was founded by around a half a dozen member families of the local community.  The current membership is around 80 families with more joining every year.  Our membership is a very diverse group from the young to the more mature.

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