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Shepherd U. Foundation awards scholarships to 22 from Washington County

November 23, 2009

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Twenty-two Washington County residents have been awarded scholarships from the Shepherd University Foundation.

Hagerstown residents who received scholarships include Kelly Barnhart, Darrell Reader Memorial Scholarship; Priscilla Horton, Burkhart Tuition Scholarship; Jennifer Ferenz, James A. Butcher Education Scholarship; Krystal Kennedy, Dr. IO Ash Memorial Scholarship and the James Bryant Memorial Scholarship; Evan MacKenzie, Andrew D. Michael Theater Scholarship; Derek McCarty, Roach Oil Co. Business Scholarship; Caryn Michael, Scott W. Davis Memorial Scholarship; Christina Oliver, Robert L. and Jean M. Rissler Scholarship; Sara Sandeen, Burkhart Legacy Scholarship; Alicia Thomas, Elwood Barnhart Memorial Scholarship and the Nevin M. Shank Memorial Scholarship; and Scott Wilson, Alma Lee Strider Christian Scholarship.

Sharpsburg residents include Colin Curry, who received the Florence Shaw Legacy Scholarship; Briana Miller, who received the Shepherd University Classified Employees Children's Scholarship; and Kristal Williams, who received the Mark S. Grove Scholarship.

Williamsport residents include Katie Dingee, who received the C. Brown and Hazel Hendricks Scholarship, and Hannah Cole, who received the Faculty Senate Scholarship.

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Boonsboro residents include Whitney Sheppard, who received the Dr. Bill Pringle and Children Scholarship, and Nicole McLaughlin, who received the Nancy M. Dockeney Memorial Scholarship.

Keedysville residents include Jerica Hewitt, who received the Moler General Athletic Scholarship, and Matthew Nasabzadeh, who received the Class of 1969 Honor Scholarship and the Glen Lapp Endowed Excellence in Nursing Scholarship.

Other Washington County residents include Kristin Hiser of Maugansville, who received the C. Brown and Hazel Hendricks Scholarship, and Adrienne Wolford of Smithsburg, who received the Burkhart Legacy Scholarship.

The Shepherd University Foundation provided more than $1 million in student and program support in 2008-09. These funds support approximately 400 scholarships that are awarded to deserving Shepherd students each academic year.

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