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Nisswa Women's Club awards four scholarships to local students

Two students from Brainerd High School, one from Pequot Lakes High School and one from Central Lakes College received the scholarships.

Nisswa Women's Club Scholarship Recipients 2022
Two recipients of Nisswa Women's Club scholarships attended a luncheon last week to be honored: Grace Aadland, left, and Nick Moore.
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NISSWA — The Nisswa Women’s Club awarded four $1,500 scholarships to local students this spring.

The four recipients are Grace Aadland, a Brainerd High School graduate who will attend St. Olaf College in Northfield as a part of the pre-med program; Jessica Fabian, a Pequot Lakes High School graduate who will attend Lake Superior College for a dental hygiene program; Nick Moore, a graduating senior of Brainerd High School who plans to study civil engineering at the University of Minnesota; and Avery Mulholland, who is graduating from Central Lakes College with an honors Associate of Arts degree and will pursue a civil engineering degree from the University of St. Thomas.

The club was still able to offer the scholarships as a part of its annual high school scholarship program, despite the changes in fundraising due to the interference of COVID-19 with its annual fashion show fundraiser.

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