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Elk Point Student Named DWU’s First McGovern Legacy Scholar
Elk Point Student Named DWU’s First McGovern Legacy Scholar

Dakota Wesleyan University’s McGovern Center for Leadership and Public Service has named its first ever McGovern Legacy Scholar.  Amy Zeller of Elk Point was named the 2013-14 McGovern Legacy Scholar.  It is a new scholarship offered at the university in tribute to Senator George McGovern, who passed away in 2012.  The scholarship covers tuition up to 16 credits for each semester in the 2013-14 academic year and is renewable for up to four years of continued enrollment at DWU.  Zeller is a senior at Elk Point-Jefferson High School.

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