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Castle Dale Student Honored: Zions Bank encourages high school seniors to apply for 2005 Founders Scholarships


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Zions Bank's Price branch manager Erroll Holt presents a commemorative plaque to this year's CEU Founders Scholarship winner, Kerri Rogers, joined by Brad King, CEU Vice President.

As high school seniors throughout Utah begin applying for admission to the state's colleges and universities, Zions Bank encourages them to apply for its 2005-06 Founders Scholarship. Zions Bank's Founders Scholarship awards four-year, full-tuition scholarships to 12 Utah high school students annually, one to a student who will be attending each of the state's institutions of higher learning � Brigham Young University, College of Eastern Utah, Davis Applied Technology College, Dixie State College, Salt Lake Community College, Southern Utah University, Snow College, University of Utah, Utah State University, Utah Valley State College, Weber State University and Westminster College.

This year's CEU Founders Scholarship recipient is Kerri Rogers. She was selected for the scholarship based on her excellence in scholarship, citizenship and community involvement. A Castle Dale High School graduate with a 3.5 grade point average, she was involved in the Castle Dale Youth City Council, business clubs and service organizations. She is currently studying pre-med generals and hopes to go into physical therapy.

"I'm grateful for Zions Bank's scholarship because it has really helped me out by freeing up my time so I can just focus on school right now," said Rogers, who on Nov. 8 received a commemorative plaque from Zions Bank branch manager Erroll Holt and Brad King, CEU Vice President of Institutional Advancement and Student Services.

Founders scholarship recipients are selected by each university or college. Students wishing to apply should contact the scholarship office at the institution of their choice. More Information about the program is available at all Utah high schools and online at: www.zionsbank.com/scholarship.jsp.

"We're proud to recognize Kerri as the College of Eastern Utah student who will receive the annual Zions Bank Founders Scholarship," said Erroll Holt, manager of Zions Bank's Price branch. "As Utah's oldest financial institution, Zions has a longstanding commitment to our community - and that means a commitment to the education of our young people. This scholarship allows us to show our support for promising students like Kerri who have demonstrated hard work and community service."

Zions Bank established the Founders Scholarship Program in 2001, in honor of the 200th birthday of its founder, Brigham Young.

The bank honors the scholarship recipients at an annual luncheon and stays involved with the students as they progress through their years in higher education.

Zions Bank is Utah's oldest financial institution, and is the only local bank with a statewide distribution of branches, operating 111 full-service branches throughout Utah. Zions Bank also operates 22 full-service branches in Idaho, and more than 200 ATMs throughout Utah and Idaho.

In addition to a wide range of traditional banking services, Zions offers a comprehensive array of investment, mortgage, and insurance services, and has a network of loan origination offices for small businesses nationwide.

The company is also a leader in providing electronic banking services, including electronic municipal bond trading.

Founded in 1873, Zions has been serving the communities of the Intermountain West for more than 130 years. Additional information is available at www.zionsbank.com.


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