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Ronald J. Schauman Trades Scholarship

02

Aug

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Ron Schauman has been a tremendous investor in the Freeland community for his entire life. Ron and his wife moved to Freeland in the early 1980s and helped build Freeland into the success it is today. He built a stellar family with his wife Michelle, three children and eight grandchildren – all of whom still

Susan J. Sauer Hospitality and Sports Management Scholarship

02

Aug

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Sue Sauer has been a resident of Freeland since 1980 – back when it was a small village of 4,000 residents. She and her husband Tim raised their three children as the population of Freeland grew to 14,000. There have been numerous community successes which has made Freeland the fastest growing community in Saginaw County.

Nexteer Skilled Trade Scholarship

02

Aug

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The Nexteer Skilled Trades Scholarship Fund mission is to assist graduating high school seniors and non-traditional students enter the Skilled Trades curriculum at Delta College. Interested applicants should plan on pursuing a Skilled Trades – Electrician or Skilled Trades – Machine Repair education at Delta College, where classes are aligned with Nexteer Automotive Apprentice curriculum.

James P. Konieczka Memorial Scholarship

02

Aug

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The James P. Konieczka Memorial Scholarship was established by his three children, Bryan, Amy, and Katie, to honor their father’s wishes after his passing in 2016 following a courageous year-long battle with cancer.   James, or Jim as he was referred to by his family and friends, was a lifelong resident of Saginaw. He attended

Frank and Jean Harris Scholarship

02

Aug

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  The Frank and Jean Harris Scholarship fund was created to honor this special couple in 2016, the year in which they celebrated 65 years of marriage. With Frank’s passing in July 2016, it is the vehicle by which the family seeks to keep their connection and their legacy alive into the future.   Frank

Bobbi J. Galarno Memorial Scholarship

02

Aug

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This scholarship has been established in memory of Bobbi J. Galarno, a native of Cass City who came to the Saginaw area as a student. She attended Saginaw Valley State University, earning both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree. Mrs. Galarno was a 25-year teacher in the Saginaw Public School System. She taught mathematics and physical

Freeland SportsZone Trades Scholarship

02

Aug

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The Freeland Community Sports Association (FCSA) was formed in 2006 as a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit corporation. The Freeland SportsZone was constructed in 2009 and has developed into a premiere health and fitness facility. We provide recreational opportunities for all ages as well as a large collection of programs to members and non-members alike. Operating as

Saginaw Community Foundation grants $201,173.50 in latest grant cycle

19

Jul

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    Between Mar. 11 – June 10, 2016, Saginaw Community Foundation (SCF) granted $201,173.50 supporting 95 programs and projects via its designated, donor advised and competitive grant processes.   “Every person who has supported the foundation – whether through donations, volunteering or advocacy – has helped us give much needed support to area programs.

Investment Performance Update // June 27, 2016

27

Jun

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Canine Connections

24

Jun

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Saginaw Police K9 Units provide vital public safety functions Back in 2010, illegal drug use began to skyrocket in the community of Standish, especially in the high school. With an immediate need to eradicate this growing problem, Arenac County resident Jody Wilk began to take steps to reinstate a K9 unit for the Sherriff’s Department.

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