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AFW Thornton, CO

AFW Thornton, CO

Open Until 10 PM
8501 Grant St
Thornton, CO 80229
(303) 289-3311
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AFW Thornton, CO

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Open Until 10 PM
8501 Grant Street
Thornton, CO 80229
(303) 289-3311
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AFW Englewood, CO

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Open Until 10 PM
8820 American Way
Englewood, CO 80112
(303) 799-9044
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AFW Firestone, CO

22 mi.
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10550 Jake Jabs Bl
Firestone, CO 80504
(303) 684-2400
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KPRC 2 Senior Scholarships | AFW Surprises Katelyn Kramer with $2,500 Scholarship

KPRC 2 Senior Scholarships | AFW Surprises Katelyn Kramer with $2,500 Scholarship
KPRC 2 and American Furniture Warehouse are surprising 20 deserving high school seniors with scholarships in 2022. All students selected for scholarships have been nominated by their high schools. The fifteenth $2,500 scholarship winner of the year is Katelyn Kramer who will graduate as the salutatorian at Magnolia West High School in Magnolia Independent School District. Katelyn is headed to Stanford University where she will pursue a degree in aerospace engineering.



In high school, she has demonstrated her leadership skills as the Brass Marching Band Captain and Class Secretary. She’s also been involved in Varsity Cheer, Track & Field, Mu Alpha Theta and multiple academic competitions. She also revived the Interact Club at her campus.

“I wanted to help beyond my community, so I joined the Interact Club. When I first joined the club, it was small and in decline. However, I loved its mission and I didn’t want the club to die, so I became President,” she wrote in her scholarship essay.

“I quickly began independently planning all the volunteer projects and future meetings. As President, I organize and participate in many local and international efforts, such as the “Pennies for Polio” drive. Through my leadership role in Interact, I’ve learned the value of hard work and that the ability to help others is a blessing. As President, I’ve been able to turn a simple club into something that makes a world-wide impact. I value my leadership position greatly because I’m able to organize service projects and be involved in something greater than just me.”

You're amazing, Katelyn!
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