Isaac Reinwald receives scholarship

Posted: May. 19, 2020 12:00 pm

HANNIBAL | The Eula Mainland Circle of King's Daughters has named Isaac B. Reinwald as the 2020 recipient of the group's $500 recognition scholarship.

Isaac is the son of Andrea and Greg Reinwald and the nephew of Ryan and Megan Rapp. Both Andrea and Megan are members of the Eula Mainland Circle of King's Daughters. Isaac and his family attend Trinity Episcopal Church and Isaac has served as liturgist on several occasions.

Isaac is an active member of the National Honor Society and accrued many hours of service for the organization. He attended Missouri Boys State and was elected municipal judge and presided over several court cases and attended the Missouri Boys State School of Law. He has a 4.084 grade point average and is ranked 22 in his class of 239.

Isaac is a talented musician. He is a member of the River City Revue show choir and auditioned for and was selected to perform choreographed dances at competitions. At Hannibal High School, he was a multi-year participant in the Missouri All District Choir and Concert Choir, receiving one ratings his freshman, sophomore, and junior years and was selected to attend the 2019 session of the Missouri All State Choir and was chosen the 2020 alternate. At the HHS musical, Mary Poppins, Isaac portrayed Bert, the chimney sweep. Isaac plays the cello and has performed in three string groups within the Hannibal Area String Orchestra. In addition, Isaac was the assistant teacher for the youth, Southside Strings after school program and gave small group cello lessons.

Isaac has been accepted as a history education major at Culver-Stockton College in Canton, Mo.

The Eula Mainland Circle of King's Daughters goal is the development of spiritual life, stimulation of Christian activities, and promotion of education. The group's scholarship is awarded annually to an outstanding senior who demonstrates academic excellence, superior leadership skills, participation in extracurricular, community, and church activities.


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