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February 21, 2000


LA CROSSE, Wis—A  Mondovi High School senior is the winner of the Dr. Scholl Scholarship which is Viterbo College’s most competitive and lucrative scholarship.

Kathryn Fahnel, daughter of Pamela and Rick Fahnel, was selected Friday at the end of a day of testing and campus interviews provided to the 24 finalists competing for the scholarship. All students have expressed an interest in pursing careers in healthcare or science.

The Scholl Scholarship, which is renewable from year to year, covers complete tuition costs for up to four years, and is valued in excess of

Fahnel, who is interested in biological research,  has a 3.97 grade point average and is a member of the National Honor Society.
The scholarship is named in honor of Dr. William Scholl who died in 1968. He left the bulk of the estate to a foundation named in his honor.

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