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Rhyme Time Class of 2022 Announced


Rhyme created our charitable foundation called Rhyme Time in order to increase our ability to help others. The reason we chose Rhyme "Time" is because time is our most valued asset. We cherish our time and we cherish the opportunity we've been given to help others. Every year Rhyme gives out scholarships to students that have been touched by cancer. We do this in honor of Steve Ennis and Jack Steinhoff; two men that always represented Hard Work – Determination – Optimism and "Making Every Day Count”.

To-date we have awarded 80 scholarships and over $105,000.

This year $13,500 was awarded to 10 recipients! 

2022 Scholarship Recipients

Portage High School
1. Trinity Wetzel
2. Brynn Mancillas

Baraboo High School
3. Ava Schwenn

Monroe High School
4. Bethany Drafall

Evansville High School
5. Aurora Ringhand

Milton High School
6. Courtney Knox

Janesville Craig High School
7. Kathrine Huml

Luxemburg-Casco High School
8. Mean Dequaine

Lodi High School
9. Ella Puls

Markesan High School
10. Hannah Panten

We’ve created this short video to celebrate and congratulate the Rhyme Time Class of 2022.



These 10 students were hand selected based on their applications and letter of how cancer has affected their lives in some way. Each individual submitted inspiring, real stories and we appreciate their honesty in the application process. We want to congratulate the Rhyme Time Scholarship Class of 2022 and wish them the best of luck in their future endeavors!

Without the tremendous support we receive at our annual fundraiser, the Steve Ennis Memorial Golf Classic, we wouldn't be able to continue growing the Rhyme Time foundation, so thank you everyone for your support over the years!

Save the Date for the 14th annual SEMGC, Saturday, September 10th.

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