Minster Eagles announce scholarship winners


Eli Rindler, son of Ryan and Kaye Rindler, of Minster, was recently rewarded with a $1,000 scholarship from the Minster Eagles. Rinder plans to study Computer Science at the University of Cincinatti with a goal of being a software developer.

Eli Rindler, son of Ryan and Kaye Rindler, of Minster, was recently rewarded with a $1,000 scholarship from the Minster Eagles. Rinder plans to study Computer Science at the University of Cincinatti with a goal of being a software developer.


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Kyla Stachler, daughter of Brian Stachler and Sarah Amelung, of New Bremen, was recently rewarded with a $1,000 scholarship from the Minster Eagles. Stachler plans to study Education at the University of Cincinatti with a goal of being a middle school teacher.


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MINSTER — The Minster Eagles recently announced their scholarship recipients for 2022.

Kyla Stachler, of New Bremen, and Eli Rindler, of Minster, both received a $1,000 scholarship toward their college education. Stacher is the daughter of Brian Stachler and Sarah Amelung. Rindler is the son of Ryan and Kaye Rindler.

Stachler will be attending the University of Cincinnati majoring in Education with a goal of being a middle school teacher. Rindler will be attending the University of Cincinnati and majoring in Computer Science with a goal of being a software developer.

The Minster Eagles congratulates both students for being recipients of the scholarship. The Minster Eagles provides two scholarships per year for sons or daughters of their members.

Eli Rindler, son of Ryan and Kaye Rindler, of Minster, was recently rewarded with a $1,000 scholarship from the Minster Eagles. Rinder plans to study Computer Science at the University of Cincinatti with a goal of being a software developer.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/06/web1_Eli-Rindler.jpgEli Rindler, son of Ryan and Kaye Rindler, of Minster, was recently rewarded with a $1,000 scholarship from the Minster Eagles. Rinder plans to study Computer Science at the University of Cincinatti with a goal of being a software developer. Courtesy photo

Kyla Stachler, daughter of Brian Stachler and Sarah Amelung, of New Bremen, was recently rewarded with a $1,000 scholarship from the Minster Eagles. Stachler plans to study Education at the University of Cincinatti with a goal of being a middle school teacher.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/06/web1_Kyla-Stachler.jpgKyla Stachler, daughter of Brian Stachler and Sarah Amelung, of New Bremen, was recently rewarded with a $1,000 scholarship from the Minster Eagles. Stachler plans to study Education at the University of Cincinatti with a goal of being a middle school teacher. Courtesy photo