Hall of Fame Scholarship Winners
Hall of Fame Scholarship Winners 2006-2007

Bridget Williquette

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Throughout her life, Bridget has dedicated her time and efforts to bettering her community and the condition of other countries through volunteering and activism. She feels passionately about human and animal rights and has become a promoter for bettering the environment through education and positive action.

Bridget has received high honors throughout her academic career, and was inducted into the National Honor Society as a junior. Her positive attitude toward education is evident in the level at which she studied and the high-level classes she took throughout high school. She was involved in Student Government, HOSA, gymnastics, and diving. Bridget has volunteered for many organizations and is especially proud of the work she has done for the Positive Alternatives Center, a tutoring and mentoring center for inner city children.

Bridget plans to attend the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee majoring in journalism or English.

Peggy Pfeilstifter

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During her four years at Park, Peggy has been very active both in an out of the classroom. She is a member of the National Honor Society. She also played both volleyball and softball for Park’s teams.

Peggy has earned high honors each of her four years at Park. In addition to activities at Park, Peggy has been involved in other volunteer activities. At her church, she has volunteered with the community meal program. In addition she has participated in the Jingle Bell Walk for Arthritis.

Peggy plans to attend the University of Wisconsin-Stout majoring in psychology. She hopes to eventually earn a master’s degrogy and get a job working with children.