Watersmeet Student Receives Scholarship

            MARQUETTE, Mich. – Travis Williams of Watersmeet received the Krummrei-King Scholarship for his upcoming studies at Northern Michigan University. He plans to pursue a degree in industrial maintenance.

            This scholarship was created by Reuben and Donna Krummrei and Joseph King to provide financial support for high school graduates who enroll in a baccalaureate degree program at NMU. The scholarship provides the student with a full ride to include tuition, fees, room, board and books, which is renewable for a maximum of four years.

            “I believe that furthering my education is a necessity in today’s world in order to get a good job and excel in a fulfilling life,” Williams said. “I have visited the industrial arts programs and I feel very strongly that I can receive a quality education there.”

             First preference is given to students from Watersmeet, Mich., followed by students from Merrill, Wis., and other Gogebic County high schools.

Prepared By
Student Writer
June 19, 2013