Sons of Norway Vegas Viking Lodge 6-152
2017 Scholarship Application
Please fill out and mail before April 15, 2017.
You must be of Norwegian descent, a legal resident of Clark County, Nevada, at least a senior in high school and must maintain full-time student status to be eligible for this scholarship. The scholarship value is at least $500 and must be used for post-high school studies. Please print or type all information. All questions must be answered or designated as N/A if not applicable. Failure to answer the questions on this three-part, three-page application may negatively affect its evaluation.
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The application must be postmarked no later than
April 15, 2017.
Mail to the Vegas Viking Scholarship Committee, Suzan Sibert, 5980 W. Alfred Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89108-3756 in order to be eligible for selection:
Previous Vegas Viking scholarship winners:
Previous Proud Sholarship Recipients
2014 Scholarship Recipientsí Norwegian Roots Revealed!
Sean Cortney's mother's grandfather,
Torvald Kjolvic, was a Norwegian immigrant
originally from the island of Fogn, Norway.
In the summer of 2011 his mother's cousin,
Bjarne and family, made a visit to Las Vegas.
Sean has done a lot of research to learn the
truth of his Norwegian Blood. His hope is to
teach advanced high school history courses
and in his lectures provide Norway with the
attention it deserves, a country he was not
taught about in high school!
Amanda Fehr's mother, Elin, came to
America in her twenties from Norway. Her
father, Eric, is also Norwegian. Amanda's
mother has been a Sons of Norway member
for 17 years. Many of us remember Amanda
growing up in our lodge. She and her sister
loved to go in our Viking ship. They were
wonderful helpers at our Lutefisk dinners.
Amanda is an excellent student. We all wish
her the best in the fall in college.
Nathan Gifford's application arrived in a
large manila envelope with a large colored
Norwegian flag on the outside of the
envelope, what a thrill to see it. Nathan's
maternal great grandmother was Norwegian,
Lily Kala Amundson. He also enclosed a
beautiful copy of her baptismal certificate.
Nathan is active in the Youth group at
Mountain View Lutheran Church, played
football at Centennial Highs School for four
years. He will be attending Concordia
Lutheran College in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
His career goal is to be become an
accountant. He plans to play football at
college. We talked about the change for him
with the winter in Michigan.
We hope to raise more money for scholarships in 2017. If you wish to make a tax-deductible donation, please make out a check to the Vegas Viking Lodge, Sons of Norway Scholarship Fund and mail to:
Vegas Viking Lodge
Treasurer Andres Agan Jr.
10553 Pine Glen Ave. #206
Las Vegas, NV 89144