Rigby High School graduate awarded Fall River Electric Scholarship

Amaya Webster

Fall River Rural Electric Cooperative recently awarded scholarships totaling more than $70,000 to local area students whose parents are members of Fall River Electric. A “member” is anyone who receives electric service from Fall River, whether at a permanent residence, a vacation property or commercial business.

Amaya Webster, who graduated from Rigby High School, was awarded a Fall River Electric scholarship that is valued at $2,400, and disbursed annually, in increments of $600 over a four-year period.

A “member” is anyone who receives electric service from Fall River, whether at a permanent residence, a vacation property or commercial business. The scholarship program is funded by donations from owner-members of the Cooperative as well as unclaimed Patronage Capital by former members who have moved away from our service territory and have not provided Fall River Electric with an accurate forwarding address.

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