Scholarships Awarded

Congratulations to each of these deserving Scholarship Recipients!

2020 Erik Pentz Memorial Scholarship

2017 Scholarships Awarded

Last Updated: 2/13/2021  Clark County Community Foundation, Inc. 301 N. Main Street   PO Box 116 Loyal, WI  54446-0116  Ph:     715-937-6167 E: Web:  © 2014-2021 - Clark County Community Foundation, Inc.  All rights reserved    EIN:  46-4242715 WI Charitable Organization  # 15617-800

2020 Teresa Johnson Memorial Scholarship

2020 Melvin & Thelma Kunick Memorial Scholarships

2020 Harry & Esther King Memorial Scholarship

2020 Kourtland House Scholarships

2016 Scholarships Awarded

2018 Scholarships Awarded

2019 Scholarships Awarded

2020 Scholarships Awarded

2020 Clark County Community Scholarship Recipients

2015 Scholarships Awarded

Nicholas King  Neillsville High School Lane Kranz Neillsville High School
2016 Scholarship Winners (No Photo Available) Aarica Humke Greenwood High School Mikaela Krahn Loyal High School Alexis E. Schuebel Stanley-Boyd High School
Laikyn Johnson Greenwood High School Treyton Thomas Greenwood High School Kayla Oldham Neillsville High School Amanda Bogdonovich Greenwood High School
Dalton Higley Colby High School
The Eric Pentz Memorial Scholarship ($400) is awarded to a Greenwood High School student in memory of Eric Pentz, a 1994 graduate of GHS.
The Harry and Esther King Memorial Scholarship ($250) is awarded to Neillsville HS students in memory of Harry and Esther King, long-time area residents and strong advocates of agriculture and education.
The Teresa Johnson Memorial Scholarship ($300) is awarded to a student from Clark County who exhibits strong leadership qualities and community service efforts.
The Melvin and Thelma Kunick Scholarships ($500 awards) were awarded by their children, in memory of their parents. This year two deserving Colby High School received these scholarships.
Kourtland House LLC in Greenwood WI awarded a total of $3,500 in scholarships to six area High School graduates. Owner Terrie Opelt and Kourtland House continue their tradition of helping area graduates with their future educational expenses.
Twelve Clark County students have each been awarded a $300 Clark County Community Foundation Scholarship to be used for tuition or other post-secondary educational expenses this fall. Now in its sixth year, the Community Scholarship Program was created to provide additional financial resources to eligible students living in Clark County who were pursuing an education beyond high school.
Olivia Horn Loyal High School Teeghan Mahoney Neillsville High School Josephine Voight Neillsville High School Dakota Gorton Greenwood High School