FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) - According to the March 2013 Call Letter newsletter, Indiana Broadcasters Association (IBA) scholarship donations from Indiana television and radio stations were $16,250 to the 2013 Scholarship Fund. To that amount the IBA Board will add $15,750 bringing the total for Scholarships to over $32,000 for 2013. Seventy-two high school applications and 52 College/University applications were submitted this year.
High School Recipients ($1,000)
- Lucas Corley of New Albany H.S. in Floyds Knobs will be attending Indiana University
- Makayla Dillard of Knox Community H.S. in Knox will be attending Ball State University
- Katie Halliwell of Lafayette Jefferson H.S. in Lafayette will be attending Indiana University
- Michaila Nate of Plymouth H.S. in Plymouth will be attending Indiana University
- Jevin Redman of Mt. Vernon H.S. in Mt. Vernon will be attending University of Southern Indiana
- Evan Wilks of Franklin Central H.S. in Indianapolis will be attending University of Indianapolis
College/University Recipients ($2,000)
- Michael Harris of Frankfort at Ball State University
- Tyler McClure of Newburgh at University of Southern Indiana
College/University Recipients ($3,000)
- Michael Behrens of Lebanon at Ball State University
- Olivia Covington of Indianapolis at Franklin College
- Kayla McCarty of Indianapolis at University of Southern Indiana
- Luke Secaur of Warsaw at Taylor University
- Cassandra Smith of Fortville at Indiana University
- Ethan Wells of Anderson at Anderson University
- Jenna Whalen of Crawfordsville at University of Indianapolis
For more information about the Indiana Broadcasters Association, visit the website .
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