From left to right: Kelly Bonk, of Edwardsville High School; Emma Mattix-Wand, of Marquette Catholic High School; TheBANK of Edwardsville’s President and CEO Kevin Powers; Jill Ann Buettner, of Belleville West High School; and Annie Maynard, of Alton High School. The high school students will each receive $8,000 toward their college educations through TheBANK of Edwardsville’s Community Scholarship Program.
From left to right: Kelly Bonk, of Edwardsville High School; Emma Mattix-Wand, of Marquette Catholic High School; TheBANK of Edwardsville’s President and CEO Kevin Powers; Jill Ann Buettner, of Belleville West High School; and Annie Maynard, of Alton High School. The high school students will each receive $8,000 toward their college educations through TheBANK of Edwardsville’s Community Scholarship Program. Provided
From left to right: Kelly Bonk, of Edwardsville High School; Emma Mattix-Wand, of Marquette Catholic High School; TheBANK of Edwardsville’s President and CEO Kevin Powers; Jill Ann Buettner, of Belleville West High School; and Annie Maynard, of Alton High School. The high school students will each receive $8,000 toward their college educations through TheBANK of Edwardsville’s Community Scholarship Program. Provided

Metro-east students earn more than $40,000 for college

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