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Home Builders Association awards nine scholarships

August 13, 2012
  • Front row, from left, Casie Burk, Brent Goebel, Dillin Summers, Mitchel Kershner and Kevin Cook-Smith. Back row, Aaron Wagner, Jason Moody, Conor O'Brien and Scott Hovermale.
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The Home Builders Association of Washington County awarded $500 scholarships to nine students in the county.

The students are Scott Hovermale, Clear Spring High; Brent Goebel, Williamsport High; Conor O’Brien, Boonsboro High; Aaron Wagner, Hancock Middle-Senior High; Jason Moody, North Hagerstown High; Casie Burk, Smithsburg High; Kevin Cook-Smith, South Hagerstown High; Mitchel Kershner, Washington County Technical High; and Dillin Summers, Washington County Tech High.

Hovermale graduated from Clear Spring High in June and plans to attend the University of Maryland to study civil engineering

Goebel graduated from Williamsport High in June and plans to attend the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and major in engineering. 

O’Brien graduated from Boonsboro High in June and plans to attend Penn State University to major in nuclear engineering. 

Wagner graduated from Hancock-Middle Senior High in June and plans to attend West Virginia University and major in aerospace/mechanical engineering.

Moody graduated from North Hagerstown High in June and plans to attend Lehigh University and major in mechanical engineering.

Burk graduated from Smithsburg High in June. She plans to attend the University of Maryland, College Park, and major in chemical engineering.

Cook-Smith graduated from South Hagerstown High in June and plans to attend Stevens Institute of Technology and major in mechanical engineering. 

Kershner graduated from Washington County Technical High in June and plans to attend Blue Ridge Community College.

Summers graduated from Tech High in June.

The scholarship Summers received is for tools so he can enter the electrical trade with the skills he learned at Tech High.

For more information about the Home Builders Association of Washington County, call 301-582-8198 or go to www.hbaofwashingtoncounty.org.

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