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Newman earns scholarship

She will attend South Dakota State University.

Grandfather Maynard Townswick, left, congratulates Bailey Newman, center, on her scholarship, along with Newman's aunt, Michelle Ebbers, who are members of the Early Risers Kiwanis Club, along with grandmother, Jeanene Townswick, not pictured.
Grandfather Maynard Townswick, left, congratulates Bailey Newman, center, on her scholarship, along with Newman's aunt, Michelle Ebbers, who are members of the Early Risers Kiwanis Club, along with grandmother, Jeanene Townswick, not pictured.
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WORTHINGTON — Bailey Newman, a student at Worthington High School, received a $1,000 scholarship from the Minnesota Dakotas Kiwanis Education Foundation.

The Early Risers Kiwanis Club presented her with the scholarship at their weekly meeting. She will attend South Dakota State University.

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