May 2017 News and Notes

Scholarship Winners Announced

The 2017 Williston Coyote Foundation Awards Night is in the books, and it was an outstanding first ceremony at the new high school. What a fantastic theater they have! 54 students were on hand to receive scholarships, and a total of $50,350 was awarded this year, spread amongst 73 scholarships.

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April 2017 News and Notes

2017 Coyote Foundation Awards Night

The stage is set for the 2017 Coyote Foundation Awards Night! Wednesday, May 10th, at 7pm, we will honor the Williston High School graduating class of 2017 by awarding over $50,000 to the 55 students who applied for and were selected to receive scholarships through the Coyote Foundation.

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February 2017 News and Notes

Williston Coyote Foundation in Arizona

​On February 20th, the Williston Coyote Foundation was in Phoenix for a "Friends of Williston" Social at the Seville Golf & Country Club. Over 110 guests joined Williston State College and the Williston Coyote Foundation for drinks, appetizers, Williston trivia, and socializing. Of the people in attendance, 30+ graduated from Williston High School, and many, many more had children who were Coyotes or worked for Williston Public School District #1!

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November 2016 News and Notes

A Day of Giving Back

Greetings from the Williston Coyote Foundation! Today, we are celebrating "Giving Tuesday"! According to the "Giving Tuesday" website, this day is "Celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving (in the U.S.) and the widely recognized shopping events Black Friday and Cyber Monday, #GivingTuesday kicks off the charitable season, when many focus on their holiday and end-of-year giving.

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October 2016 News and Notes

Lloyd Larson Memorial History Scholarship Created

This month, a new Coyote Foundation scholarship was created in memory of Lloyd Larson, who taught history at Williston High School from 1957 to 1976. His sons, Don, David, and Bill Larson, created the scholarship in memory of their father, to be awarded to a student each year who will pursue a degree in the field of history or education.

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