Broullire receives Brown scholarship
NIAGARA, Wis. — Bailey Broullire recently became the 20th recipient of Niagara High School’s Richard “Dick” Brown Memorial Scholarship.
The presentation was made by District Administrator Nathaniel Burklund during the Niagara High School virtual commencement ceremony. The scholarship award is for $1,000 and is made possible through the generosity and love of the family and friends of the late Dick Brown.
Broullire is the daughter of Mark and Joie Broullire. She was an outstanding student who graduated fifth in her class. An honor student all four years, she excelled in the classroom and was nominated for Student of the Week multiple times. In addition, she was a member of the National Honor Society.
She earned varsity letters in volleyball and track and participated in several other school activities, including forensics, one-act play and student council. She also compiled an enviable record for community service at school, church and during a service trip to Philadelphia.
She plans to study at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire this fall toward becoming a nurse practitioner.
Brown was a graduate of Niagara High School, where he earned the prestigious Kimberly Clark Award as the outstanding senior scholar-athlete in the Class of 1960. He went on to become well-known as an outstanding citizen who was well-respected throughout the area, serving for 30 years as an educator and director of the Dickinson County Community Schools.