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5 receive Flint Springs scholarships

Flint Springs PTO officials have awarded its 2023 scholarships to Ainsley Kiefer, Adrianna Nightenhelser, Kayla Ables, Sarrah Kerlin and Rebeccah Kerlin. Kiefer is the daughter of Trent and Trea Kiefer of Huntington. She plans to study agronomy with a minor in ag-business at crop production at Huntington University. She is an academic honor student and has received scholar athlete and sportsmanship awards and was a member of the student council. Her extracurricular activities include volleyball, National Honor Society and was a member of the FFA. Nightenhelser is the daughter of Todd and Rachelle Nightenhelser of Huntington. She plans to study biochemistry with a minor in marine biology at Loyola University in Chicago. She is a member of the National Honor Society and student council. She also has received the Viking Integrity Award, Core Values Award. Her extracurricular activities include basketball, cross country, track and field, the Riley Dance Marathon, freshman mentoring and math tutoring. She also has volunteered with several organizations in Huntington County. Ables is the daughter of Adam Ables and Jama Reitenour of Huntington. She plans to study dental hygiene at Indiana University Fort Wayne. She is a member of National Honor Society and Viking Pride. Her community service includes The Dream Center and making cards for nursing homes. Sarrah Kerlin and Rebeccah Kerlin are the daughters of Dennis and Dawn Kerlin of Huntington. Sarrah plans to study studio art at the University of Saint Francis. She has been a 10-year member of 4-H and volunteers in her church nursery. Rebeccah plans to study cyber security at Vincennes University. She is a member of the National Honor Scoiety and a state officer for Business Professionals of America. Her extracurricular activities include marching band and prep band.