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Charles E. Lind Scholarship awarded

Lind Scholarship winner Emma Lind.

Lind Scholarship winner Emma Lind.

Green Park Lutheran School student Emma Lind recently was selected as the 2013 recipient of the Charles E. Lind Scholarship. The scholarship was established in memory of Mr. Lind, a longtime seventh-grade teacher at Green Park Lutheran School. It is awarded each year to a seventh-grader who will return to Green Park for his or her eighth-grade year. The recipient is selected by a scholarship committee, according to a number of guidelines, including such character traits as a positive attitude, service to the school and being a Christian witness. Pictured, from left, are: Emma’s father, Brian; Emma; Roberta Lind; and Emma’s mother, Kathy.

    Charles E. Lind Scholarship awarded

    Charles E. Lind Scholarship awarded

    Green Park Lutheran School student Shelly Wientge recently was selected as the 2012 recipient of the Charles E. Lind Scholarship. The scholarship was established in memory of Mr. Lind, a longtime seventh-grade teacher at Green Park Lutheran School. It is awarded each year to a seventh-grader who will return to Green Park for his or her eighth-grade year. The recipient is selected by a scholarship committee, according to a number of guidelines, including such character traits as a positive attitude, service to the school and being a Christian witness. Pictured, from left, are: Roberta Lind, Shelly and Shelly’s mother, Jennifer.

      Charles E. Lind Scholarship awarded

      Charles E. Lind Scholarship awarded

      Green Park Lutheran School student Benjamin Zaretzky recently was selected as the 2011 recipient of the Charles E. Lind Scholarship. The scholarship was established in memory of Mr. Lind, a longtime seventh-grade teacher at Green Park Lutheran School. It is awarded each year to a seventh-grade pupil who will be returning to Green Park for his or her eighth-grade year. The recipient is selected by a scholarship committee according to a number of guidelines, including such character traits as a positive attitude, service to the school and being a Christian witness. Pictured, from left, are: Roberta Lind; Benjamin’s mother, Leigh Ann; Benjamin; and his father, Thomas.

        Charles E. Lind Scholarship awarded

        Charles E. Lind Scholarship awarded

        Green Park Lutheran School student Benjamin Zaretzky recently was selected as the 2011 recipient of the Charles E. Lind Scholarship. The scholarship was established in memory of Mr. Lind, a longtime seventh-grade teacher at Green Park Lutheran School. It is awarded each year to a seventh-grade pupil who will be returning to Green Park for his or her eighth-grade year. The recipient is selected by a scholarship committee according to a number of guidelines, including such character traits as a positive attitude, service to the school and being a Christian witness. Pictured, from left, are: Roberta Lind; Benjamin’s mother, Leigh Ann; Benjamin; and his father, Thomas.

          Charles E. Lind Scholarship awarded

          Charles E. Lind Scholarship awarded

          Green Park Lutheran School pupil Lydia Wolf recently was selected as the 2010 recipient of the Charles E. Lind Scholarship. The scholarship was established in memory of Mr. Lind, who was a longtime seventh-grade teacher at Green Park Lutheran School. It is awarded each year to a seventh-grade pupil who will be returning to Green Park for his or her eighth-grade year. The recipient is selected by a scholarship committee according to a number of guidelines, including such character traits as a positive attitude, service to the school and being a Christian witness. Pictured, from left, are: Roberta Lind, Lydia and Lydia’s parents, Debbie and Alan Wolf.

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