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From left are Clinton Education Foundation 2017 Calvert Grant winners Sam and Ed Gonzalez, Nikolas Clados, Ollie Snow, Katie Kozak, Jordan McMillan, and Noah Scarpace. Not pictured is Nathan Voelker. Photo by Maribeth Breen

From left are Clinton Education Foundation 2017 Calvert Grant winners Sam and Ed Gonzalez, Nikolas Clados, Ollie Snow, Katie Kozak, Jordan McMillan, and Noah Scarpace. Not pictured is Nathan Voelker. (Photo by Maribeth Breen )

Clinton Education Foundation Names Grant Winners

Published Nov. 02, 2017

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The Clinton Education Foundation has announced its 2017 Calvert Grant winners. These educational grants are named after former member of the Clinton Board of Education and founding CEF member William L Calvert. Calvert Grants are awarded to students enrolled in the Clinton Public Schools in grades 3 through 12. This year’s winners used their grant money to attend a fencing camp, attend the national Invention Convention, study Tang So Doo, enhance their Boy Scouting experience, and attend a National Leadership Forum at Yale.

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