The Eaton County Democratic Party is excited to offer our first scholarship to students in Eaton County who will continue their education. As the inaugural year of the scholarship program, we are proud to announce that two students will receive a nonrefundable $500 scholarship to continue their education at a college or trade school program. Congratulations to our two scholarship recipients – Grace Buckland and Olivia Wilson!

Grace graduated from Grand Ledge High School and is currently a Davenport University student who has been accepted into the nursing program. She is also a member of the cross-country team.

Olivia Wilson is studying Welding Technology at Lansing Community College and will complete her degree this year.

The Eaton County Democratic Party offers an annual scholarship named in honor and memory of Kelly Rossman-McKinney. The Kelly Rossman-McKinney Scholarship is a $500 non-renewable scholarship to a student seeking to further their education at a trade school or college. The application is generally available in the spring.