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CU Scholarship Awarded to Hadsall, Keating

The Kansas Blue Cross Blue Shield Credit Union is sending high school seniors, Cory Hadsall and Bailey Keating, to college with $1,000 scholarships.

Cory, son of Ang and Scott Hadsall, is completing his senior year at Rossville High School, where he has participated in Student Council, FFA, golf, SADD and National Honor Society. After graduating at the top of his class at RHS, he will attend Kansas State University this fall to study engineering. Cory volunteers through church and school, as well as with Rossville PRIDE, Meals on Wheels, and Keep America Beautiful.   

Bailey, the daughter of Teresa and Clayton Keating, will graduate from Seaman High School where she is active in Key Club, Spirit Club, Future Business Leaders of America, National Honor Society, Spanish Club and the yearbook staff. She has served as executive vice president of the Seaman Bank during her senior year.  Bailey volunteers with Meals on Wheels and God's Storehouse, as well as through her church and at Ross Elementary. With over 30 college credits already accumulated, she plans to continue her studies at Washburn University, majoring in accounting and business. 

The scholarship money will help Cory and Bailey with tuition, books, fees, or room and board. An independent committee of the Kansas Blue Cross Blue Shield Credit Union Board of Directors made the scholarship selections. Academic achievement, community involvement, and recommendation letters from a teacher, counselor, or coach were considered during the selection process.

Congratulations Cory, Bailey, and their families!

Cory & his mother, Ang, accept his award from CU staff.  Scholarship committee members Julie Copp, Randy Lambrecht, and Alex Dakin present Bailey with her award.