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Tribal college graduates 31, aw a rds $4,550 in scholarships Salish Kootenai College had 31 plus two graduates at its June 8 ceremony at the Kicking Horse Job Corps Center. The “ plus two” were Agnes Vanderburg and Agnes Kenmille, who received honorary degrees - the first in SKC’s history. Each was honored for her generosity in sharing her knowledge of Indian culture. Seventeen students were awarded two-year degrees, and 14 students received certificates of completion. A number of special awards were announced, including $4,550 worth of scholarships to eight students: Thomas Evans received $1,000 from Toni Hendrickson in behalf of Earl Sharron of the Adolph Coors Company and Earl’s Distributing of Missoula. Francis Auld received $1,000 from Bearhead Swaney in behalf of the Arlee Pow Wow Committee. Crystal Wall received $600 from Leroy Black in behalf of the SKC student council. Delores Davis, Carrie W o lfe and Steve McDonald each received $500 from Gareth Moon, retired chief of the Northwest Forestry Association. Ruby Vanderburg received $250 from Clarence W o o d cock in behalf of the Flathead Culture Committee. Martin Ashley received $200 from Steve Allard in behalf o f Doug and Debbie Allard’s Flathead Indian Museum. All of the students had distinguished themselves for academic excellence Some had the added honor of being recognized for their involvement with the preservation of Tribal culture. A number of students and teachers were recognized for (Concludes on the next page) SKC receives $10,000 from foundation Salish Kootenai College received a $10,000 check June 12 from the Burlington Northern Foundation to help pay for the newest building on the Pablo campus. The foundation is the philanthropic arm of Burlington Northern, Inc, which numbers among its subsidiaries the Plum Creek Timber Company of Pablo, several oil, gas and mineral companies, and the Burlington Northern Railroad The $10,000, presented to SKCs board of directors June 12, is part of over $1 million in grants given by the foundation so far in 1985. The money will help pay for the construction of the almost- furnished classroom-office building in Pablo, which was made necessary, in part, by the school’s no longer having space Ronan. John Etchart, Montana vice-president for Burling ton N o r thern Inc., gives a $10,000 check to SKC board members J o Fouty and Darryl Dupuis. A g n e s Kenm ille (a b o v e ) and A g n e s Vanderburg (b e lo w ) received honorary degrees from SKC June 8 f r o m Dr. Joe M cDonald. (T h a t 's P e g g y Big Sam a b o v e with M c D o n a ld and Kenm ille.) Poge 10 CSKTs Chor-Koosto News, Pablo, MT. June 27, 1985