On June 4th, Tommy Milner, CEO of Cabela’s Inc., presented scholarship checks to the 2014 winners of the Cabela’s Women in Leadership Scholarship. The winners and their parents traveled to Sidney, Nebraska, world headquarters of Cabela’s, where the presentation was part of Cabela’s annual shareholders meeting. Following the presentations, the winners were hosted to a… Read More
On July 2, 2014, Harry and Reba Celebrated their 54th Anniversary in Tallinn, Estonia with 54 flowers from the Lippmaa’s.
Haley Gebers Michaela Marsh Memorial Day Weekend in DC by Christa Ostdiek DC summary for Huges by Taylor Washington DC. Mari Mägi DC Summary by Jett D.C. Trip By Jenny Hershberger DC Summary by Jessica Danson Washington Trip by Stacia
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The Harry and Reba Huge Foundation was the lead sponsor for the recent Global Virus Network Conference held in Tallinn, Estonia the week of June 10th. The conference brought 100 scientists from Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, and the Ukraine to exchange research on a variety of topics related to viral threats to the region and… Read More
Bob Gray was born in Hastings Nebraska, attended a small mid-western liberal arts college, and went on to become one of the more influential Washington lobbyists of his generation. He attributes that success to the work ethic and solid values of his small-town upbringing. How he traveled from Hastings to Washington and what he learned… Read More
Huge Scholar Anna-Marie Kroos has received the Nebraska Wesleyan University’s award for “Best Thesis in History.” This award is given annually by the NWU History Department to the student who submitted the best senior thesis. Kroos’s thesis, titled “The Civil Rights Straddle: Kennedy, Nixon, and Morality in the 1960 Election,” thoroughly examines how the presidential… Read More
The Huge Foundation is proud to announce that one of our scholars, Stacia Gebers, has been named business student of the year at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Here is the clipping from The Superior Express news paper: Stacia Gebers