Lilek, Leffin recipients of Harold H. Mais scholarships

Blake Lilek of Plymouth and Mollie Rose Leffin of Sheboygan Falls and have been named as the recipients of Harold H. Mais scholarships.

The scholarships were created to honor Mayline Co. Retired President Harold Mais for his 45 years of dedicated service to the Mayline and to recognize his accomplishments and commitment to family, community and education.

The selection process was based on the applicant’s academic record, recommendations from instructors, extracurricular and community involvement, work experience, career and educational goals.

The selection committee consisted of three guidance counselors from high schools who did not have a student apply for this scholarship.

Leffin and Lilek will each receive a $2,500 scholarship to cover the cost of tuition, books, room and board at an accredited two or four year college, university or vocational-technical school for one year.

Leffin graduated from Sheboygan Falls High School in 2013. She will be attending UW-Eau Claire in the fall to study graphic design and literature. Her parents are Ken and Susan Leffin.

Ken is a customer service representative and has been employed with Mayline since September 2010.

Mollie’s school and community activities include Boys and Girls Club, vacation bible school, charity work and fundraisers for St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Red Cross blood donor, Lion’s Club bingo, Sheboygan Falls High School Yearbook Committee, National Spanish Honor Society, International Club, Community Service Club, Booster Club, volleyball, softball, tennis and the Junior Prom Committee.

In addition, Mollie was on the honor roll during her entire high school career, as well as working at Champions Restaurant and beginning an entrepreneurship in 2012 with her own jewelry business.

Lilek is a 2013 Plymouth High School graduate.

He will be attending UW-Milwaukee in the fall to study international business.

His parents are Connie Marzano and William Lilek. Connie is a MRO and supplies buyer/planner and has been employed with Mayline since September 2007.

Blake’s school and community activities include Finke Fryer Club, Peers to Peers Group, science tutor, tennis, soccer, managing and playing indoor soccer, and maning the Road America booth for church fundraisers.

In addition, he also works at 52 Stafford Restaurant and Piggly Wiggly.


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