Student news June 12

June 16, 2005
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The Cash Scholarship Fund was established by George and Jane Cash to provide college and university scholarships to students from North and South Hagerstown High Schools in Hagerstown. It is administered by the Scholarship Committee of Zion UCC. Over $53,000 in college scholarships have been awarded to North and South High graduates over the past five years.

Jeannette L. Kidd of Williamsport recently completed the requirements for a bachelor's degree from Geneva College, Beaver Falls, Pa. She was among 352 graduates awarded diplomas May 14.

Kidd, whose parents are Michael and Diane Kidd, earned a Bachelor of Science in elementary education.

The following local students have been named to the dean's list for the spring of 2005 at Geneva College, Beaver Falls, Pa.

Jenna L. Shenk of Hagerstown, daughter of Jerry and Julie Shenk. Shenk. a junior majoring in biology, is a homeschooled graduate.


Jeannette L. Kidd of Williamsport, daughter of Michael and Diane Kidd. A senior majoring in elementary education, she is a graduate of Heritage Academy.

Stephani Garrett of Hagerstown was installed as Student Government Association treasurer for the 2005-2006 academic year at Catawba College's annual Awards Convocation on April 21 in Salisbury, N.C.

Janelle L. Rhodes of Waynesboro, Pa., was announced as one of 14 Catawba students inducted into Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.

Garrett, Rhodes and Lauren Marie Ebersole of Hagerstown were named to the Dean's List for the spring 2005 semester.

Kevin Stiles of Harpers Ferry, W.Va., received a Bachelor of Science in Fire and Safety Engineering from the University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio, following the 2004-2005 winter quarter.

Evan Phoebus of Frederick, Md., was named to the Dean's List at the University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio, for the 2004-2005 winter quarter.

Cadet Brian Edward Hayes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Albert Hayes III, graduated from The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina, on May 7 as Second Honor Graduate.

Hayes majored in business administration with a minor in accounting. The commander of Golf Company and member of the Class of 2005 Board of Directors was to join S.G. Gowan, a New York City investment bank, after graduation.

Jason Christopher Hinkle of Hagerstown, son of Cynthia Hinkle, graduated from The Citadel with a Bachelor of Arts degree in criminal justice.

The following area students were among the winners at the 34th annual All-College Awards Banquet at Allegany College of Maryland, Cumberland, Md.:

Danielle Yost of Hancock, art, excellence in Design I.

Amy Bergman of Hagerstown, dental hygiene, outstanding achievement in oral pathology and outstanding achievement in periodontics.

Laura Hobson of Frederick, Md., dental hygiene, outstanding achievement in periodontics.

Lacey Garvin of Hagerstown, radiologic technology, academic achievement in radiologic technology.

Three Berkeley County, W.Va., students have been awarded $1,000 Built Ford Tough/FFA Scholarships through Parsons Ford and the Ford Motor Co.

Kristen Linton, a 2005 graduate of Musselman High School, is the daughter of Brian and Dawn Linton of Inwood, W.Va. She plans to attend Fairmont State University.

Casey McDonald, a 2005 graduate of Hedgesville High School, is the son of Dean and Beverly McDonald of Martinsburg, W.Va. Casey plans to study pre-veterinary sciences at Shepherd University.

Charles Ware, a 2005 graduate of Martinsburg High School, is the son of Matthew and Tamara Ware of Martinsburg. He plans to study animal science at West Virginia University.

The scholarship is awarded by Ford Division, Ford Motor Company Fund and the Ford Dealers. Eligible recipients must be either high school seniors planning to attend college in the fall of 2005, or current collegiate students.

Hillary Smith Wade of Hagerstown graduated from Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, N.C., on May 16 with a Bachelor of Science degree in biology.

Four local high school students and their families were guests of the Maugansville Ruritan Club at its May 18 dinner meeting.

Each student received a $1,000 scholarship from the club. The students and their parents or guardians were introduced, and each student gave club members a brief description of their future plans and vocational aspirations.

The scholarship recipients were Tracee Haupt of Clear Spring High School, who plans to major in English at Columbia University; and three North Hagerstown High School students, Heather Kurtz, who plans to study early childhood education at Hagerstown Community College and Salisbury University; Krysten Mesner, who plans to study biology and pathology at Mount St. Mary's University; and Jared Zampelli, who plans to study pharmacy at the University of Maryland, College Park.

Maugansville Ruritan scholarship winners included, from left, Jared Zampelli, Tracee Haupt and Krysten Mesner.

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