In Memory of:

Nebo Education Foundation has received donations in memory of Karen Anderson. Karen passed away in 2009 after a long battle with cancer. The Karen J. Anderson Scholarship has been established in her honor. She was a devoted teacher with a deep interest in helping people create a literate life. Karen was a dedicated wife, mother, teacher, and community member who enriched the lives of all who knew and worked with her.

Donor: Lana Creer-Harris, Michael & Kristy Robertson, Whitney Anderson, Darlynn Menlove, Susan Cloward, Curtis & Catherine Burton, Debbie May, Jackie Hadlock, Bonnie & Martin Palmer, Owen & Lynne Harrison, Diane Miller, Marylynn Lewis, Carl & Judie Nielson, Tony & Alice Grunander

Another scholarship that was started this year is in memory of Brandon Curtis. The Forever Strong Scholarship is established in the memory of Brandon Curtis, the son of Jesse and Dianne Curtis of Springville, Utah. Brandon Curtis was killed in a tragic accident July 28, 2010, at the age of 18 years. Brandon was a blessing to his parents and his six brothers and sisters. He was a kind and loving kid with a "forever strong" attitude that helped him to excel in all sports. His favorite sports were football, wrestling, and track.

Donations have come from many generous people in support of Brandon Curtis and his family.

Opportunities is what the foundation is all about—to give our students the best educational opportunity possible whether it is through classroom grants or college scholarships.

Businesses and individuals can specify a specific school, classroom, program to donate to. The extra help through additional funding gives Nebo students the advantage of enhanced learning. For more information about the tax deductible donation to Nebo Education Foundation, please contact Lana Hiskey at Nebo School District, 354-7400, e-mail lana.hiskey@nebo.edu or mail 350 South Main, Spanish Fork, UT 84660.

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