Last Updated on June 2, 2023 by Logansport Utilities
Two Logansport High School graduates have been awarded $1,000 scholarships to continue their education from the Indiana Municipal Electric Association (IMEA).
As a member of the IMEA, all Logansport Utilities staff member’s families, from any department, with a dependent heading to an accredited institution (college, university, junior college, trade/technical school or business school) may apply for the $1,000 scholarship. Up to six scholarships are awarded statewide
each year, and this year two recipients were chosen from Logansport.
Bryce Howard, son of Logansport Utilities’ customer service supervisor Krystal Howard, was awarded a scholarship. He will be attending the University of Indianapolis and studying political science to enter pre-law.
Kennedy Hughes, daughter of Kenneth Hughes, a staff member of the meter reading department, was also awarded a scholarship. She will be attending Indiana University Kokomo to work towards becoming an occupational therapist.
Other recipients around the state awarded $1,000 scholarships were from Hagerstown, Lebanon, Scottsburg, and Auburn.
The IMEA is a non-profit organization formed over 81 years ago with municipal utilities across Indiana. Logansport Utilities has been a member of the IMEA since 1950.
Three people from Logansport Utilities have served as President of the IMEA; Robert Dunderman, Bradley McBride, and Clarence “Red” Quillen.
SOURCE: News release from Logansport Utilities