|Luckey Farmers gives 2 awards|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune|
|Saturday, 08 June 2013 08:20|
Two Eastwood High School seniors have earned scholarships from Luckey Farmers.
Each is for $1,500 yearly for up to four years.
The winners Stephanie Dippman and Ross Bockbrader.
Taylor wins Mahaney award
Logan Taylor of Northwood has been awarded the 2013 Mrs. Mahaney Scholarship in the amount of $275.
The scholarship is given in memory of Paulette Mahaney who taught many years at Lake Local Schools.
The award was open to any of Mahaney's former students who are graduating from Lake Local Schools this year and will go on to attend college. The recipient was decided by considering high school GPA, extracurricular activities, leadership positions held and a short essay question.
Taylor plans to continue her education at Bowling Green State University.
Genevieve Boardman earns Heidelberg University award.
Genevieve Boardman, a senior at Maumee High School, is the recipient of a major scholarship to attend Heidelberg University.
Boardman, daughter of Bruce and Teresa Boardman of Lake Township, has received the Trustees Award of $13,500 a year for four years.
Students who rank near the top of their high school class are invited to participate in the university's annual scholarship competition. The program recognizes students based on high school grade-point average and ACT or SAT test scores. In addition to weighing a student's academic credentials, the competition also looks at leadership skills and community service through a personal interview, a portfolio and an essay.
At Maumee High School, Boardman has participated in concert, marching and pep bands and drumline.
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