The scholarship is awarded in honor of Sherry Koontz, a South High graduate, who championed equity in education, sports and labor relations.
Jamie plans to pursue higher education at Mount Saint Mary's University in Emmitsburg, Md., where she will prepare for a career in accounting and finance.
The United States Achievement Academy announced that Tyler Cauffman of Hagerstown has been named a United States National Award winner in football.
Tyler, who attends North Hagerstown High School, was nominated by Dan Cunningham, a coach at the school.
Tyler will be listed in the United States Achievement Academy Official Yearbook, which is published nationally.
Tyler is the son of Rob and Diane Cauffman of Hagerstown. His grandparents are Mattie and Leroy Cauffman of Hagerstown, and Mike and the late Alvera Bulka of Chambersburg, Pa.
The following local residents graduated May 14 from Lebanon Valley College, Annville, Pa.:
Jolee E. Warrenfeltz of Hagerstown, health science and physical therapy;
Seth M. Newman of Smithsburg, business administration.
Thirty seven Washington County residents have been named to the Dean's List at Shepherd University, Shepherdstown, W.Va., for the spring semester.
Hagerstown residents include Timothy Biser, Katie Cantler, Stacie Crist, Jason Ellis, Courtney Harnish, Tiona Highley, Nathaniel Hirsch, Alisha Mitchell, Jessica Polido, Kelly Rumpf, Ashley Shingler, Danial Sims, Kaylynn Shoop and Candyace Vincent.
Boonsboro residents include Emily Bannon, Kelly Benner, Shannon Bittner, Chasen Deener, Nicholas Gosnell and Zachery Horton.
Sharpsburg residents include Kathryn Kretzer, Erica Little-Herron, Gayle McCrossin, Kelly Pannill and Kimberly Marshall.
Knoxville residents include Alexandar Carbone Todorov, Daniel Gray and Tara Roberts.
Clear Spring residents include Erika Ernst, Ashley Hutson and Stacey Renken.
Other Washington County residents named include Aaron Holder and Jaelithe Sing, Keedysville; David Haas and Kathleen Jones, Williamsport; Michelle Evitts, Fairplay; and Tesa Unger, Hancock.
Ryan Lipella of Smithsburg recently received two National Honor awards.
Ryan, a junior at St. Maria Goretti High School, has been nominated to Who's Who Among American High School Students. He has also been granted membership in the National Society of High School Scholars for meritorious scholastic achievement and the pursuit of excellence.
The NSHSS award was announced by their founder and chairman Claes Nobel, senior member of the Nobel Prize family.
Ryan was nominated for these awards by Jay Heefner, director of guidance at St. Maria Goretti.
Ryan is the son of Ron and JoAnn Lipella of Smithsburg, and the grandson of Marguerite Lipella of Hagerstown.
The Scholarship Committee of Zion United Church of Christ is pleased to announce that two academic scholarships will be awarded this year from the George and Jane Cash Scholarship Fund, one to Megan Nicole Schultz and the other to Rebecca Carroll Sager, both 2005 graduates of North Hagerstown High School.
Megan will attend Alderson-Broaddus College in Philippi, W.Va., and will be enrolled in a five-year program to obtain both a bachelor's and master's degree. Her ultimate plans are to become a physician's assistant. Megan is the daughter of Randy and Carol Schultz of Hagerstown. She will obtain $15,000 over the five-year period she will be in college.
Rebecca will be a student at McDaniel College in Westminster, Md. Her ultimate goal is to go to law school and become an attorney. Becky is the daughter of Steven Sager of Frostburg, Md., and Carroll Sager of Hagerstown. Becky will obtain a scholarship of $12,000 over the four years she will attend McDaniel College.