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Maui Police Relief Association Scholarship Fund

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Pictured: Mia Becraft and Erica Pilotin. Not pictured: Micah Imakyure and Courtney Winfrey

The Maui Police Relief Association awarded four $1,000 scholarships to graduating seniors as part of an annual scholarship award fund program to assist family members that are college-bound.

Recipients include:

  • Erica Pilotin, the granddaughter of retired MPD Major John Cluney.  She was accepted to the University of Arizona and will be pursuing a degree in Architecture;
  • Mia Becraft, the daughter of MPD Sergeant Lawrence Becraft. She was accepted to the University of Portland and will be pursuing a degree in Nursing;
  • Micah Imakyure, the son of MPD Officer Daniel Imakyure. He was accepted to Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and will be pursuing a degree in Aerospace Engineering.; and
  • Courtney Winfrey, the daughter of MPD Lieutenant Jamie Winfrey.  She was accepted to Grand Canyon University and will be pursuing a degree in Justice Studies.

The Maui Police Relief Association is a non-profit organization established to provide support and financial assistance to current and retired Maui Police Department employees.

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