Greater Lakes Association of REALTORS®

GLAR Awards Scholarships

The Greater Lakes Association of REALTORS® awards four $500 scholarships to high school seniors that are related to a REALTOR® member.  The Greater Lakes Association of REALTORS® is one of 18 Real Estate Trade Associations in Minnesota that has members in Aitkin, Cass, Crow Wing, Hubbard, Mille Lacs, Morrison, and Todd Counties.

 

 

 

 

The following students are the recipients. 

 

 

 

Holly is the daughter of Ronda Bjornson-Main
Holly’s educational objective after graduating from Isle High School this spring is to attend Itasca Community College to obtain her degree in License Practical Nursing.  She will then transfer to St. Scholastica for her Masters in Nursing. Holly plans on continuing her education by getting her RN degree. Holly would like to do some volunteer or missionary work before settling down.

 Megan Malz is the daughter of Scott Malt who works for Aspen Real Estate.  Megan is currently on the student at Pequot Lakes High School and is on the student council, track team, volleyball, mock trial and band.  Megan plans on attending St Bens College and major in psychology and art. 

Ben Tweed, son of Bonnie Tweed, Breezy Point Real Estate.  Ben will graduate with honors from Pequot Lakes High School.  Ben has played sports most of his life.  He enjoys his part-time job as a cook and helps his dad in the construction business.  Ben will start his college career at the University of Minnesota in the Twin Cities as a pre-med major.

  

Ciara Timothy, is the daughter of Liz Timothy of Keller Williams Brainerd Lakes Realty.  Ciara is a graduate of Brainerd High School where she was active in DECA, manager of the Warrior Track Team and was a finalist at State in Retail Merchandising.  Ciara plans on attending the University of Minnesota Mankato and will be studying secondary education in Social Sciences.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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