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Recogntions for the week of Sept. 4

Awards and honors.

Juneau student earns Coast Guard Foundation Scholarship

Nathaniel Reynolds from Juneau has been awarded a Coast Guard Foundation Scholarship, the nonprofit organization that supports Coast Guardsmen and their families announced.

Reynolds, child of retired Coast Guard veteran Brent Reynolds, will attend University of Alaska Fairbanks this fall, according to the foundation.

“Our mission of ensuring Coast Guard members have needed resources extends in a vital way to supporting their children’s education goals,” said Susan Ludwig, president of the Coast Guard Foundation in a statement. “These talented, high-achieving students are an example of the Coast Guard’s spirit and values, and just like their families, they are uplifting their communities along with themselves. Our scholarships are made possible by generous donations from individuals, families, corporations and foundations across the country.”

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