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Congratulations Will Blumenberg as the 15th Winner of the Adam Litteken #6 Scholarship!

By Admin, 04/21/22, 11:15AM CDT

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This year we are honored to announce the 2022 recipient of the Adam Litteken #6 Scholarship is Will Blumenberg. 

Will is the son of Kyle and Kim Blumenberg of Cottleville, Missouri.  He is Senior Class President for Francis Howell Central High School and is an AP scholar with a cumulative GPA of 4.3.  Besides being captain for Francis Howell Central ice hockey his junior and senior year, Will has played for St. Peters Hockey Club and Chesterfield Falcons Midget AA.  Also, Will played four years for Howell United Lacrosse.  He has volunteered at St. Vincent DePaul Society of St. Louis Thrift Store and has worked various jobs at Whitmoor Country Club, Chesterfield Athletic Club and Chesterfield Family Aquatic Center.  Will plans to attend University of Arkansas and major in Pre-Law.

Will’s scholarship application essay stated, “I have learned about time management and prioritizing with balancing hockey practices and games with my schoolwork.  I really try to be a role model and include everyone.  I want everyone to have as good of an experience as I have had.”  Mark Jones, FHC Varsity Head Coach talked about how likeable Will is.  He said, “In my eyes this is due to his respect for others.  He is someone who listens and leads by example.  He can lead both vocally and quietly which is definitely a unique characteristic.”  Laurie Fay, FHC ELA Teacher said, “Will inspires others he encounters and delights his supporters.  He will enhance any environment lucky enough to have him.”

The Litteken family was present this year and very glad to be back to award the 15th recipient in person at this year’s Francis Howell Central hockey banquet.  Amanda Bond, Adam’s sister reiterated, “those who receive this scholarship continue to understand the true meaning of the award and feel honored to receive it.  We appreciate the love, respect, and honor that FHC hockey continues to show Adam and us as we recognize a new senior each year.”  Will was given a $1,000 scholarship award, a commemorative plaque, the 2022 recipient jacket, and he signed the traditional banner.

Way to go Will!