Kirkland native headed to Germany on scholarship | School Briefs

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MSU grad headed to Germany on Fulbright

Cathy Heidner, 23, a spring graduate of Montana State University with degrees in secondary education and modern languages/German, will spend the next 10 months in Germany teaching English on a Fulbright Scholarship.

Heidner attended Robert Frost Elementary, Kamiakin Junior High and Juanita High School. She will work as a teacher’s assistant in Saxony, an east German state.

MS students earn national scholarships

Two Kirkland students with multiple sclerosis were recently awarded scholarships by the National MS Society.

Kevin Rovegno and Bobak Touloei were among 100 Washington state students with the disease to be awarded the scholarships, the Greater Washington MS Society Chapter announced.

The scholarships, for $3,000 each, went to high school seniors entering college.




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