Regal Ware Scholarship Winners Announced

From left, Gleason, Herlinger, ReigleFrom left, Gleason, Herlinger, Reigle

KEWASKUM, Wis.-Jeff Reigle, president and CEO of Regal Ware, has presented the company's 2011 scholarships to high school seniors James Gleason and Emily Herlinger.

Gleason will receive the Technical Scholarship of $1,000 for each of two years of his technical school education. He plans to attend Moraine Park Technical College, Fond du Lac, Wis., in the fall. Receiving the Academic Scholarship, which awards her $2,000 for each of her four years of her college studies, Herlinger will attend Northwestern College in St. Paul, Minn., to study elementary education.

To qualify for a Regal Ware scholarship, the student must be a high school senior, maintain a grade point average of 3.0 or higher, and be the child of a Regal Ware employee. The Regal Ware scholarship is awarded on merit based on secondary school academic records, test scores, recommendations, and extracurricular activities. All applicants were interviewed and evaluated on qualities of leadership, character, and motivation.

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