The recipients of First National Bank scholarships at Greenville High School and Mulberry Grove High School have been selected. Daniel Forsberg and Lexie Mills are this year’s winners at Greenville High School. Kenzie Belcher and Kylea Vohlken are the winners at Mulberry Grove High School.
Forsberg, the 17-year-old son of Dan and Tammy Forsberg of Greenville, will be attending Greenville College in the fall with hopes of being an endocrinologist. Mills, the 18-year-old daughter of William and Margaret Mills of rural Greenville, will attend Murray State University with plans of being a veterinarian.
Belcher, the 17-year-old daughter of Michael and Jennifer Belcher of rural Mulberry Grove, is enrolling at Kaskaskia College as her first step towards being a radiology technician. Vohlken, the 18-year-old daughter of Kevin and Melissa Vohlken of rural Smithboro, plans on attending Lake Land College and majoring in elementary education.
Each of the students receives a $500 scholarship. The winners were chosen based on their applications that included an essay and details on their school extra-curricular activities and any awards or honors received. The scholarships are part of the bank’s mission to reinvest in the future of the communities served.
The First National Bank, chartered in 1865, has locations in Greenville, Mulberry Grove, Vandalia, Ramsey and Patoka.