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September 19, 2009

Corrie Grogg has been accepted for admission by the University of Cincinnati College of Nursing for the fall semester. She will be pursuing a master of science in nursing degree to become a certified nurse midwife.

Grogg graduated from Gilmer County (W.Va.) High School in 2003 and Glenville State College with a bachelor of science in nursing in 2007. After working as a labor and delivery nurse at Stonewall Jackson Hospital for a year, she became a travel nurse working in labor and delivery units in Arkansas, New Mexico and is now assigned in San Antonio.

She is married to Jeramey Grogg and they have a seven-month old son, Lex. She is the daughter of Barry and Karen Lay of Glenville, W.Va. Maternal grandparents are Irene Bush and the late Asa Bush of Cox's Mills, W.Va. Paternal grandparents are Johan and Leonard Montgomery of Sliding Run Road, Burnsville, W.Va., and Morris and Sally Lay of Hagerstown.

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YORK, Pa. - Eileen Reavey of Frederick, Md., earned a trustee scholarship from York College of Pennsylvania. Reavey is a first-year political science major and a graduate of Gov. Thomas Johnson High School.

The full-tuition scholarship is awarded to 10 entering first-time, full-time freshmen who graduated in the top one-fifth of their high school class and attained a combined SAT score of 1,210 or higher.

YORK Pa. - Katie Angleberger of Walkersville, Md., earned a Valedictorian Scholarship from York College of Pennsylvania. Angleberger is a first-year secondary education-mathematics major and a graduate of Walkersville High School.

The scholarship is a one-half tuition scholarship per year for entering first-time, full-time freshmen who are valedictorians of their high schools and have a combined SAT score of 1,150 or higher.

YORK, Pa. - Max Marine of Thurmont, Md., earned an Electrical and Computer Engineering Scholarship from York College of Pennsylvania. Marine is a first-year computer engineering major and a graduate of Catoctin High School.

The scholarship offers one-third tuition per year for entering first-time, full-time freshmen electrical and computer engineering majors.

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