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Marysville students earn scholarships from WWU

MARYSVILLE — Two Marysville seniors at Western Washington University have earned scholarships totaling $2,550 between them for the 2011-2012 academic year.

Aprill Wogsland, daughter of Richard and Becky Wogsland of Marysville, received a $1,550 Eugene E. and Sadie E. Regan Scholarship, while Kramer Elwell, son of Cory and Julie Elwell of Marysville, received a $1,000 College of Fine and Performing Arts Dean's Scholarship.

The Eugene E. and Sadie E. Regan Scholarship is awarded to students enrolled in the Teacher Preparation program in the Woodring College of Education. Qualifying students must demonstrate a need for financial assistance. The College of Fine and Performing Arts Dean's Scholarship is awarded to students who have declared or been admitted as a major in the College of Fine and Performing Arts.

Wogsland has earned a 3.6 GPA majoring in Special Education, while Elwell has earned a 3.67 GPA majoring in Percussion Performance and Music Composition. They both plan to graduate this year.

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