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STUDENT NEWS Carroll realizes the challenges facing families in the uncertain economic times and is proud to announce a new Centennial Leadership Scholarship for fall 2009.

Freshmen and new transfer students can apply for this annually renewable scholarship of

STUDENT NEWS Carroll realizes the challenges facing families in the uncertain economic times and is proud to announce a new Centennial Leadership Scholarship for fall 2009.Freshmen and new transfer students can apply for this annually renewable scholarship of $1,500 minimum on up. 22, join Carroll student and Kyrgyz native Nurgul Tilenbaeva as she presents "The Amazing Country of Kyrgyzstan" at the Lewis and Clark Public Library at 7 p.m. In her talk, she will explain the beauty of her country and its culture through pictures, music, native costumes and discussion.Welcome to Carroll's electronic newsletter Quick Notes, a weekly (and in summer, bi-weekly) synopsis of the news and happenings around Carroll College. Joe received an honorary doctorate from Carroll in 1967 and served on Carroll's President's Council and board of trustees, including the distinction of being the first layman to preside as board chair.Quick Notes is intended to keep Carroll's students, alumni, friends and employees in touch with college accomplishments and activities. Foundation, launched at Carroll College, will be holding a Christmas lights recycling drive. And, Robert Peccia and Associates, again from Helena, was also ranked within the CE News top 50. Even in hard times, we fortunate Americans are beset by annoying household clutter.

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STUDENT NEWS Carroll realizes the challenges facing families in the uncertain economic times and is proud to announce a new Centennial Leadership Scholarship for fall 2009.

Freshmen and new transfer students can apply for this annually renewable scholarship of $1,500 minimum on up. 22, join Carroll student and Kyrgyz native Nurgul Tilenbaeva as she presents "The Amazing Country of Kyrgyzstan" at the Lewis and Clark Public Library at 7 p.m. In her talk, she will explain the beauty of her country and its culture through pictures, music, native costumes and discussion.

Welcome to Carroll's electronic newsletter Quick Notes, a weekly (and in summer, bi-weekly) synopsis of the news and happenings around Carroll College. Joe received an honorary doctorate from Carroll in 1967 and served on Carroll's President's Council and board of trustees, including the distinction of being the first layman to preside as board chair.

,500 minimum on up. 22, join Carroll student and Kyrgyz native Nurgul Tilenbaeva as she presents "The Amazing Country of Kyrgyzstan" at the Lewis and Clark Public Library at 7 p.m. In her talk, she will explain the beauty of her country and its culture through pictures, music, native costumes and discussion.

Welcome to Carroll's electronic newsletter Quick Notes, a weekly (and in summer, bi-weekly) synopsis of the news and happenings around Carroll College. Joe received an honorary doctorate from Carroll in 1967 and served on Carroll's President's Council and board of trustees, including the distinction of being the first layman to preside as board chair.

Please forward your copy of Quick Notes on to alumni and friends of Carroll to keep them up-to-date about campus events. Jerry Lowney of the Sociology Department, with music by Carroll Professors Anne Perkins and Jack Oberweiser along with the Carroll Choir. Thus, three of the top nationally recognized engineering firms in the country have senior leaders who are associated with or graduated from Carroll College. The ASCC will accept clothes, furniture, music CDs, and pretty much anything but underwear.

The scholarship acknowledges students who have demonstrated service or leadership in their schools, churches and/or communities and who have financial need. A recent story about this new scholarship appeared in the Helena Independent Record. The Hunthausen Award Committee seeks nominations for students who exhibit a commitment to community through service and volunteerism.

Since 1986, Carroll College has presented the Raymond G.

He's been OPI office manager under Mc Culloch and worked for the state Department of Environmental Quality.

Ashley Schuff, class of 2006, recently joined Advanced Rehab, Physical Therapy and Pilates Clinic as receptionist.

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