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If you’re wondering who to thank for this year’s All-Class Reunion in Cut Bank, let’s start with Cut Bank Education Foundation and Alumni Association Executive Director Amy Overstreet, far left, front row. Overstreet and the CBEFAA board didn’t have much time to plan and organize the rescheduled event, which originally was set for 2020 but was postponed due to the pandemic. Overstreet expressed her appreciation to her “working” board of directors, all of whom are volunteers, and their spouses for all the long hours they put in to make this year’s event “the best ever,” according to some of the attendees. Pictured with Overstreet are, front row, Shelley Larson (President), Treasure Berkram (Treasurer), Joyce Lewis, Lisa VandenBos; Supt. Wade Johnson, J.C. Seewald, Scott Gage, John Brown, Dr. Steven Hjartarson, Brian Kavanagh, and not pictured, Ashley Kimmet, Chelsey Brown and Doug Ray.

Congratulations to the Cut Bank Education Foundation & Alumni Association (CBEFAA)’s 2021 Cut Bank High School Alumni Scholarship award recipients! We are so proud of all of our CBHS alumni and love to see Cut Bank Wolves making a difference in the world!

Alumni Memorial Scholarship ($745) - Jessica Bickford

Bill & Metha Edens Scholarship ($1,000) - David Taylor

Brenden William Johnson Memorial Scholarship ($500) - Coalter Littrell

CBEA Alumni Scholarship ($500) - Nate Kavanagh

CBEFAA Alumni Scholarship ($1,000 each) - Donald Colby Kraft, Hailey Wahl, Jeremiah Kennedy, Kamdyn Molenda, Owen Gustafson

CBEFAA Alumni Scholarship ($500 each) - David Taylor, Jazmine Spotted Bear, Sydnei Littrell, Wylie Novak

CBEFAA Teachers of Tomorrow Alumni Scholarship ($1,000) - Nate Kavanagh

Class Funds Alumni Scholarship ($1,000) - Lily Overstreet

Elma & David Epstein Future in Education Scholarship ($1,000 each) - Reid Berkram, Samantha Burke

Girl Scouts Scholarship in Memory of Carole Kaleva ($500) - Annie Taylor

Glacier Community Health Center Healthcare Scholarship ($1,000 each) - Molly Grubb, Katherine Larson

Jack & Margaret Tweedy Memorial Scholarship ($2,500 each) - Greta Gustafson, Katherine Larson, Sarah Thies

Jerry Grinder Memorial Scholarship ($500) - Jessica Bickford

Kenneth R. “Huggy Bear” Hughes Memorial Scholarship ($1,000) - Kimberly Suta Woodring

Kimberley Butterworth Memorial Scholarship ($500 each) - Samantha Burke, Molly Grubb

Lucille Anderson Memorial Scholarship ($1,000 each) - Lily Overstreet, Samantha Burke, Sydnei Littrell

Miller Family Foundation Scholarship ($600) - Annie Taylor

Neil Johnson Memorial Scholarship ($500) - Owen Gustafson

R. Paul Kleinsmith Memorial Alumni Scholarship ($1,000) -  Wylie Novak

Ray & Lois Rimel Memorial Scholarship ($1,000 each) - Donald Colby Kraft, Jazmine Spotted Bear, Kamdyn Molenda, London Raemaeker

Spencer William John Lewis Memorial Scholarship ($1,200) - Nate Kavanagh

VOCO Scholarship ($1,000) - Coalter Littrell

Since 1997, CBEFAA has awarded $1,100,933 in scholarships to CBHS seniors and alumni attending post-secondary schools. 

This year, the CBEFAA administered over $61,000 in scholarships awarded to the Class of 2021 and $37,545 to deserving CBHS alumni that have completed at least one year of college! 

CBEFAA has awarded over $210,000 in classroom Mini-Grants awarded directly to teachers to pay for innovative programs and equipment. 

Additionally, CBEFAA has provided grants to the Cut Bank School District to offer special presentations to the students, expand offerings with new facility equipment and even financially assist our students selected to attend national conferences.

Ask how you can be a part of our success and help deserving CBHS graduates reach their educational goals. To learn more, contact Executive Director Amy Overstreet at (406) 873-2229, Ext. 125 or email at info@cutbankalumni.com.

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