Herriges, Kremer Chosen as J.O. Reigle Scholarship Winners

KEWASKUM, Wis.-High school seniors Joseph Herriges and Mikayla Kremer have been named recipients of Regal Ware's J.O. Reigle scholarships for 2012, which recognizes outstanding scholastic achievements of graduating seniors at Kewaskum High School. The program was established in 1963 in honor of Regal Ware's founder, the late J.O. Reigle. Each student will receive $4,500 per year for each of his or her four-year college programs.

Herriges will attend the University of Wisconsin-Madison this fall to study business, with future plans to attend law school. Kremer plans to attend UW-Madison, UW-Eau Claire or UW-Milwaukee this fall in pursuit of her studies in nursing on the way to becoming a neonatal nurse practitioner. 

To be eligible for the $18,000 J.O. Reigle Scholarship a student must have attended Kewaskum High School for at least the previous two years, and maintained at least a B average for the first 3.5 years of high school.

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