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River Cities Community Credit Union vests its interest in improving the financial interest and well being of our members not only in the present but in the future as well. River Cities Community Credit Union strives to provide the best service and financial security while also providing a stable and consistent financial performance.
Joseph M. Carrigan Memorial Scholarship Recipients Named
l to r, Mackenzie Hoskins, River Cities Board Member Carolyn Simmers, Shelby Shaw and Riley Aversman
Riley Aversman, Mackenzie Hoskins and Shelby Shaw have been named the recipients of the Joseph M. Carrigan Memorial Scholarship sponsored by River Cities Community Credit Union. Each of these recipients will receive $1000 towards their college education. This is the nineteenth year for the scholarship.
Joe Carrigan was well known for his involvement in the community. He was instrumental in the formation of River Cities Community Credit Union, formerly known as McCormick Midwest Employees Credit Union, and it is an honor to award scholarships in his memory. A number of factors are taken into consideration in the choice of the recipients: involvement in school, grades, citizenship, involvement in the community and an essay on credit unions. All applicants, either themselves or their parents, must be a member of the credit union. In the essay, applicants have a chance to tell how the credit union has benefited either themselves or their families.
Riley is the son of Rod & Tohnya Aversman of Atchison, Kansas and attends Atchison High School. He has been Class Officer all four years of high school. Riley participated in Redmen Engineering & Design, National Honor Society, BEST Robotics, was on the Nespaper Staff and counselor for Unitown. Cross Country and Spanish Club kept him busy freshman and sophomore years. He was active in KidWind Design Team and served as Team Captain, DECA, and varsity lettered on the bowling team. Honors include honor roll and Lunch of Champions every quarter as well as Best Robotics and DECA placings. Riley has attended Boys State and is counseling there for 2015. He has been a Royal Courts Candidate and a Kansas Honors Scholar. Riley plans to attend Kansas State University.
Mackenzie Hoskins is the daughter of David and Beth Hoskins. She attends Platte County High School. Mackenzie has been Tennis Team Manager, Band Uniform Manager, President of Science Club, National Honor Society Member and was on the Band Leadership Team. She has assisted in Peer Helping, Vacation Bible School and attended MU Mini Medical School Summer 2014. The honors Mackenzie has received are: Academic Honors for three years, Lettered in Band and received “1” and “2” ratings in District High School Band and Solo competitions. She plans to attend University of Missouri at Columbia.
Shelby Shaw is the daughter of Scotty L. Shaw and Christy L. Henthorne. She attends Atchison High School and Highland Community College Technical Center. Her activities include Student Council, Volleyball grades 7-12 and Band. Shelby has received the Ray Crock Award. She enjoys recreational soccer. Atchison Clean Up Day and Student Council sponsored community events have been part of her volunteer work. She plans to attend Johnson County Community College.
The scholarship winners’ experience has been that the credit union is a great place to save and the credit union’s focus is on their members’ financial well-being. River Cities Community Credit Union is proud to honor these accomplished young students. They have a bright future and RCCCU is pleased to award these scholarships.
The Joe M. Carrigan Golf Tournament is held each year to fund the scholarship. This year it will be held at Bellevue Golf Club on June 13th. If you are interested in participating in the golf tournament, please call the Credit Union at 367-1488.
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