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Eight youths were honored with $1,000 scholarships Thursday night from the Physical Therapy Specialists Clinic Scholarship program. From left to right, Skyler Huff, senior at Licking High School; Erin Ehlers, senior at Mountain Grove High School; Kelby Czerwonka, senior at West Plains High School; Haley Menz, senior at West Plains High School; Ruth Minahan, senior at West Plains High School; Anna Barr, senior at Hartville High School; and Kayla Elam, first-year student at the University of Missouri-Columbia. Bryan Christopher Kaps, freshman at the United States Naval Academy, was unable to attend due to being in school. His parents Martin and Marybeth accepted his scholarship on his behalf. (ORN Photo)

(West Plains) – Physical Therapy Specialists Clinic held their 5th Annual Scholarship Banquet and Celebrity Dinner Thursday night at the West Plains Opera House in Downtown West Plains, where 8 area high school seniors and college-bound students were honored with $1,000 scholarships. A total of $111,000 has been awarded by the program since its inception in 1999.

PTSC Owner and CEO Mary Sheid spoke with Ozark Radio News and said that the event went over well:

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Attendees were treated to the program, along with a dinner and a skit called “Singing Celebrities”, which mimicked an episode of “American Idol”.

Honorees included Anna Barr, senior at Hartville High School; Kelby Czerwonka, senior at West Plains High School; Erin Ehlers, senior at Mountain Grove High School; Kayla Elam, first-year student at the University of Missouri-Columbia; Skyler Huff, senior at Licking High School; Bryan Christopher Kaps, freshman at the United States Naval Academy; Haley Menz, senior at West Plains High School; and Ruth Minahan, senior at West Plains High School.

Sheid says that these students are some of the top students in the region:

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Photos from the event can be found here.

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