Rivers Edge Bank to award scholarship

PARKER – Sparky Anderson once said, “Success isn’t something that just happens-Success is learned, success is practiced and then it is shared.”  Rivers Edge Bank, Member FDIC, in cooperation with South Dakota Bankers Foundation, wants to help a Parker High School senior find that success and encourage future academic achievements. This recognition will be in the form of a $1,000 scholarship to assist with their continuing education after high school. 

The applicant must be a high school senior who is enrolling as a freshman in a full-time undergraduate course of study at an accredited, two-year or four-year college, university or vocational/technical school in South Dakota during the fall of 2020. The applicant must also be a United States citizen and the scholarship must be used for educational costs.  

Applications are available at Rivers Edge Bank in Parker or from Mrs. Vogel at Parker High School. Applications can be returned to the school or to Rivers Edge Bank, c/o Scholarship Committee, PO Box 216, Parker, SD 57053. Due date is Wednesday, April 1.  For more information email kkmeyer@riversedge.bank or call Kerri Meyer at Rivers Edge Bank (605) 297-3683.

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