Burton, Imes, Rudolph receive Harold Snyder scholarships

August 23, 2010
  • From left, Denise Binkley, Bradley J. Rudolph, Ashley Imes and Cassandra Burton.
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St. Paul's Reformed Church in Clear Spring recently awarded three $1,000 scholarships through the Harold Snyder Scholarship Fund. The scholarships were granted to students for the 2010-11 year.

Cassandra Burton of Clear Spring is a senior studying forensic investigation at the University of Maryland-University College with expected graduation in May 2011.

Ashley Imes, a graduate of Clear Spring High School, is a second-year student at Hagerstown Community College and is pursuing the goal of becoming a Christian counselor.

Bradley J. Rudolph, a Williamsport High School graduate, will attend Hagers-town Community College in the fall, and is planning to study psychology and art.

Criteria for receiving the scholarship included a 500-word essay on the effect of faith in or on education.

St. Paul's Reformed Church, a member of the Evangelical Association of Reformed and Congregational Christian Churches, is an independent Bible-believing church community committed to serving God and bringing the message of Jesus Christ to all.


Denise Binkley is the consistory president and the Rev. Dr. John A. Toms is the pastor. Sunday worship is at 11 a.m.

For more information, call the church at 301-842-3462.

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