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Mitchell student awarded scholarships

Kaelyn Dammann, Mitchell, has been awarded the WOW Logistics Donald E. Utschig Scholarship and the John Anderson Memorial Scholarship for the upcoming academic year at South Dakota State University, Brookings.

Kaelyn Dammann, Mitchell, has been awarded the WOW Logistics Donald E. Utschig Scholarship and the John Anderson Memorial Scholarship for the upcoming academic year at South Dakota State University, Brookings.

Dammann, a senior dairy manufacturing major, is the daughter of Kirk and Connie Dammann. She is involved in the SDSU Dairy Club, has served as the treasurer for Habitat for Humanity and as an Ag-Bio Ambassador.

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