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Local student receives scholarship from Sheriff's Assn
07/06/2020

Kade Tollefson ( Credit: Brown Co Sheriff's Office )

(KNZA)--The Brown County Sheriffs office has announced Kade Tollefson is a $1,000 scholarship recipient from the Kansas Sheriff's Association.

Each year, the Sheriff's Association awards up to $18,000 in scholarships to eligible members or family members of the Association.

Sixteen $1000 scholarships were awarded as well as one $2,000 Sheriff Matt Samuels scholarship. The Greenwood County Sheriff was killed in the line of duty in January 2005.

Tollefson will be attending Kansas State University.

His application was sponsored by his grandfather,  Ron Segrest, who currently is a dispatcher/IT for the Brown County Sheriff's Office. 


 


 

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