Jordan Blas, a graduating senior from South Kitsap High School, is the 2021 South Kitsap Community Pride Scholarship. The award was presented by Doug Miller of South Kitsap Properties. (Courtesy photo)

Jordan Blas, a graduating senior from South Kitsap High School, is the 2021 South Kitsap Community Pride Scholarship. The award was presented by Doug Miller of South Kitsap Properties. (Courtesy photo)

Jordan Blas is recipient of 2021 SK Community Pride Scholarship

Award presented by South Kitsap Properties

  • Tuesday, June 22, 2021 12:28pm
  • News

PORT ORCHARD — Jordan Blas, a graduating senior from South Kitsap High School, is the recipient of the 2021 South Kitsap Community Pride Scholarship.

Blas focused her application and video submission on the impact of COVID-19 on the South Kitsap community, according to scholarship sponsor Doug Miller of South Kitsap Properties.

The scholarship was established by Miller and the company in 2018. It is an annual scholarship program that focuses on student plans to improve the South Kitsap community. The application, Miller said, has a series of questions, one of which must be completed as a short video submission.

The South Kitsap Community Pride Scholarship is a $2,000 award that can be used toward all continuing education options, including four-year universities, community colleges and trade schools.

Miller is the designated broker and owner of South Kitsap Properties.

More in News

Fundraiser for Coffee Oasis Thursday

Western Red Brewing will be hosting Hops for Housing, a charity event… Continue reading

.
Bremerton’s St. Michael Medical Center temporarily closing ER

Emergency services halted at 7 p.m. Friday due to staff shortage

Back to school vaccination event.
Back to School Poulsbo vaccine event July 31

North Point Church and Peninsula Community Health Services have partnered to host… Continue reading

.
2021 Fathoms royalty get their crowns

Pandemic uncertainties couldn’t dissuade Royalty Court

.
Long-awaited modernization project at Manchester Fuel Depot finally started

Work on nearly $200 million project to take nine years to complete

.
‘The entire west is burning’

With a worst-ever wildfire season feared this year, here’s what residents should know to keep safe

.
West Sound Film Festival is back for its fifth year

Meet three filmmakers being showcased at the festival this August

.
75 new COVID cases confirmed in Kitsap since Thursday

Outbreak of 18 cases at kids summer camp in Poulsbo

The brick flooring and wood paneling is original to the Olympic Hotel now called Hotel Scandi. Ken Park/North Kitsap Herald photos
Hotel to open in downtown Poulsbo

While an official opening date is still in the works, soon visitors… Continue reading

Most Read