Ridenour Receives Wells Fargo Scholarship

David Ridenour of Montgomery City, Mo., was the recipient of
a scholarship from Missouri Colleges Fund (MCF) in recognition of her efforts
and achievements at William Woods University.
 
Missouri Colleges Funds assists private colleges and
universities in Missouri by working with private donors to secure scholarship
opportunities. Money for the $1,500 scholarship came from Wells Fargo.
 
Ridenour graduated Dec. 15 from at William Woods, where he majored
in business administration, with finance, advertising and marketing
concentrations.  He was employed as a
work study assistant for the business division at William Woods and as a unit
clerk at the Audrain Medical Center in Mexico, Mo.  He was also a marketing intern for Midwest
Independent Bancshares, Inc., a holding company in Jefferson City.
 
A member of many campus organizations, Ridenour has been a University
Ambassador, Freshman Advantage mentor, Community Adviser and member of SWAT (the
Student Website Advancement Team). In his fraternity, Pi Kappa Alpha, Ridenour
has been public relations chair, historian, alumni relations chair, social
chairman and external vice president.   
 
Ridenour has been involved extensively with Up ’til Dawn as
an executive board member. He has been public relations chair, recruitment
assistant director and executive director for the organization.  Up ’til Dawn is a charity that raises money
for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. During Ridenour’s four years at
William Woods University, the organization has raised more than $30,000.