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Washington County Homemakers award scholarships

County students attend colleges and universities in region

September 13, 2010

The Washington County Homemakers recently presented 18 academic scholarships to students who are continuing to further their education at various universities and colleges.

The homemakers' members and clubs conduct annual scholarship fundraising events and projects that provide funds for these scholarships.

Scholarships to Hagerstown Community College have been awarded to Allison Flynn, Shane Ganley and Brandon Mauck. Additional scholarship recipients are Shelby Carroll (Elon University), Danielle Clarke (College of William and Mary), Heidi E. Foster (Mount St. Mary's), Heather Frost (Shenandoah University), Regan Kline, Teresa Mills and Kathleen Prather (Frostburg State University), Paige Miller (UMBC), Aaron Mills (Lebanon Valley College), Brittney Mosser (Shippensburg University), Hannah Renee Ott and Megan Weber (Virginia Tech University), Ryan Wetzel (West Virginia University), Ashley Willingham (Alderson-Broadus College) and Courtney Wood (University of Arizona).

The Washington County Homemakers began in 1917 and is one of the oldest nonprofit service organizations in Washington County.

There are eight homemakers' clubs throughout Washington County.

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For more information about the scholarship programs, contact Brenda Finch at 301-824-6435.

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