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Taylor Duzik receives first-ever Antique Power Club scholarship

Moffat County High School senior Taylor Duzik was awarded the Yampa Valley Antique Power Club’s inaugural scholarship. Pictured with Taylor is, from left, Gary Redding, club vice president; Gene Updike, club president; and Bill Spicer, a member of the club’s scholarship committee.

Joe Moylan

— Taylor Duzik, a graduating senior from Moffat County High School, was chosen as the recipient of the inaugural Yampa Valley Antique Power Club college scholarship. Duzik will attend Colorado Northwestern Community College in the fall, where she plans to study equine science.

Duzik’s scholarship stands at about $750, but Bill Spicer of the club’s scholarship committee expects that total to grow before the fall as more Antique Power Club members contribute to the fund.

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