Kallie Rundle, a graduate of West Aurora High School, has been named the Kane County 2017-18 Illinois Sheriff’s Association scholarship recipient, based on her academic, athletic and community service dedication.
Rundle received a $500 ISA scholarship and a matching $500 from the Kane County Sheriff’s Office.
The ISI established the scholarship program in 1979 for college bound students who demonstrated outstanding scholastic achievement.
SOURCE: Kane County Sheriff’s Office news release.
About the Kane County Sheriff’s Office
It is the mission of the Kane County Sheriff’s Office to maintain peace in Kane County communities and protect the Constitutional rights of all citizens. Sheriff’s Office employees will accomplish this mission by providing effective and efficient services with moral and ethical integrity. All citizens can be expected to be treated with equal justice and compassion for their needs. For more information, visit the Kane County Sheriff’s Office website and KaneSheriff’s Facebook page.
About the Illinois Sheriffs’ Association
The Illinois Sheriffs’ Association, a non-profit organization supported entirely by contributions, was founded in 1928. Originally, its purpose was to create better communication and cooperation between Sheriffs and encourage more professional training and growth. Over the years, the ISA has expanded its goals and objectives to include training and development for Sheriffs and their support teams.
The Association also realized that today’s youth hold the key to society’s future. So the ISA decided to encourage youth by supporting and creating various youth-oriented programs. Through the monetary support of its various membership dues and contributions, the ISA continues to maintain, create and expand training, youth and membership programs.