Southeastern Illinois Community Foundation is pleased to announce two Effingham County students have been awarded the Croft Brothers Scholarship.
Mikenzi Bushue is a 2019 graduate of Effingham High School. She is attending Southern Illinois University and studying English and history.
Lauryn Douthit is a 2019 graduate of Effingham High School. She is attending Missouri State University and is majoring in psychology with a minor in child and family development.
The Croft Brothers Scholarship, a fund of Southeastern Illinois Community Foundation, was established by Terry Croft, a self-employed Effingham businessman who died in 2010. Mr. Croft established the Effingham County scholarship fund in honor of his late brother, Larry.
Southeastern Illinois Community Foundation manages more than 180 affiliated funds for the immediate and long-term benefit of communities in southeastern Illinois. For more information, contact Amanda Lessley, President/CEO of Southeastern Illinois Community Foundation, at 217.342.4988 or firstname.lastname@example.org.