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Mallory Minnick Wins the Lilly

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Lewis Cass’ very own Mallory Minnick stands as the 2017-2018 Lilly Scholarship winner. The Lilly Scholarship covers the entire tuition for four years at any Indiana college or university. She plans on attending Purdue University to major in Animal Science and minor in Agribusiness.

In addition to the full tuition, Mallory will receive a book stipend for her four years as well. At Purdue every dollar counts. This scholarship truly makes the transition to college easier. Overall, this honor stands to be one of the greatest in Cass County.

“Finding about the Lilly was absolutely shocking! I was not expecting to hear about the scholarship anytime soon, so when it was presented, everything felt unbelievable,” said Minnick.

She owes her accomplishments to her fellow classmates and friends. By being a part of the agriculture community, Mallory developed a great number of relationships with kids across the county who share her interests. Making connections amongst the people will help her not only today but in the future as well.

As she slowly approaches graduation, Minnick had a few words of encouragement for the underclassmen.

“Your four years at Lewis Cass High School will fly by in a blink of an eye. Continue to work hard and accomplish the goals you set for yourself, but never forget to enjoy it all while it lasts! Get involved, make new friends, thank your teachers, and make sure to a take a shot at anything and everything because you never know what will end up working out,” said Minnick.

On behalf of the entire Lewis Cass community, we congratulate Mallory on this great accomplishment. In a few years, we will see the impact that she will have on our agricultural businesses and communities. Keep making us proud, Mallory.

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4 Responses to “Mallory Minnick Wins the Lilly”

  1. Mr. Smith on December 15th, 2017 4:12 pm

    “Your four years at Lewis Cass High School will fly by in a blink of an eye. Continue to work hard and accomplish the goals you set for yourself, but never forget to enjoy it all while it lasts! Get involved, make new friends, thank your teachers, and make sure to a take a shot at anything and everything because you never know what will end up working out,” said Minnick.”

    ^ What great advice, Mallory! You are wise beyond your years! We are very proud of you!

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  2. Luke Hammond on December 18th, 2017 10:46 am

    This is a very well written article. I love how you started with the future plans Mallory has at Purdue. This article seems very supportive, and I agree on how proud and happy we all are for Mallory.

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  3. Lanie Miller on December 19th, 2017 2:52 pm

    This is a great article, and yes! I completely agree that everyone is proud of her for accomplishing this! It’s a great achievement and a huge step forward for her!

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  4. Brenden Levine on December 20th, 2017 2:45 pm

    Congrats to her!

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