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St. Anthony’s honors scholarship winners

St. Anthony's honors scholarship winners

St. Anthony’s honored the 20 members of the Class of 2017, including seven south county students, who earned college scholarships funded by the Boniface Foundation. Pictured, front row, from left, are: Belmin Husic of south county, a Lindbergh High School graduate who will attend the University of Missouri-Columbia; Anna Lang of Oakville, a Nerinx Hall High School graduate who will attend Rockhurst University; Amy O’Neal of south county, a Lindbergh High School graduate who will attend Rockhurst University; and Alexis Patrick of Green Park, a Lindbergh High School graduate who will attend Missouri State University. Back row, from left, are: Danielle Scherrer of south county, a Mehlville High School graduate who will attend the University of Missouri-Columbia; Sarah Scherrer of south county, a Cor Jesu Academy graduate who will attend the University of Missouri-Columbia; and Emily Schraut of south county, a Lindbergh High School graduate who will attend Maryville University.

    St. Anthony’s honors scholarship winners

    St. Anthony’s honored the 20 members of the Class of 2017, including seven south county students, who earned college scholarships funded by the Boniface Foundation. Pictured, front row, from left, are: Belmin Husic of south county, a Lindbergh High School graduate who will attend the University of Missouri-Columbia; Anna Lang of Oakville, a Nerinx Hall High School graduate who will attend Rockhurst University; Amy O’Neal of south county, a Lindbergh High School graduate who will attend Rockhurst University; and Alexis Patrick of Green Park, a Lindbergh High School graduate who will attend Missouri State University. Back row, from left, are: Danielle Scherrer of south county, a Mehlville High School graduate who will attend the University of Missouri-Columbia; Sarah Scherrer of south county, a Cor Jesu Academy graduate who will attend the University of Missouri-Columbia; and Emily Schraut of south county, a Lindbergh High School graduate who will attend Maryville University.

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