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American 1 Credit Union, Jackson, Mich., awarded 15 high school graduates from southern Michigan with $1,000 scholarships for their commitment to altruism and community service. The 2012 American 1 community involvement award winners were Sarah Davenport of Charlotte, Nathaniel Garrett of Battle Creek, Jennifer Snedecker of Jackson, Caleb Woods of Battle Creek, Riché Ridley of Battle Creek, Andrew Lavery of Jackson, Terren Davis of Jackson, Lindsey Chinavare of Horton, Rachel Lombardi of Battle Creek, Adam York of Jackson, Daniel Bertoni of Dexter, Donovan Dennis of Southfield, Lauren McDougal of Southfield, Simon Cone of Chelsea and Robert Everard of Chelsea. All of the students were involved in both extra-curricular activities and in their communities while in high school. Each wrote a 1,500-word essay on the benefits of altruism and how they improved their community through service. American 1 has rewarded high school seniors with $1,000 scholarships since 2000. Scholarships are funded through American 1’s skip-a-pay program, which allows members to skip one month’s loan payment for a donation of $25.

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