Monday, December 22, 2014

Conference students earn college scholarships from UM Higher Education agency

Congratulations to the following students who were awarded college scholarships for the 2014-2015 academic year from our General Board of Higher Education and Ministry in Nashville:
Paige Allen, Courtdale UMC, attending Wyoming Seminary Preparatory School
Brooke Barrett, Christ UMC, York, attending Arcadia University
Richard Blaine, Yorkshire UMC, York, attending Ferrum College
Cayce Bower, First UMC, Williamsport, attending Messiah College
Jill Daugherty, Winterstown UMC, Felton, attending Lebanon Valley College
Mark Dodson, Christ UMC, Mountain Top, attending Drew University Theological School
Joshua Eaton, First UMC, Mechanicsburg, attending Lebanon Valley College
Adam Evanko, Park Forest Village UMC, State College, attending Lebanon Valley College
Nicalus Harclerode, Second Ave UMC, Altoona, attending Lycoming College
Denise Haskins, Calvary UMC, Harrisburg, attending Wesley Theological Seminary
Matthew Houck, Grace UMC, Hummelstown, attending Lebanon Valley College
Megan Kauffman, Grace UMC, Lewistown, attending Lycoming College
Natalie Lamoreaux, Pennsdale Trinity UMC, attending Messiah College
Natasha Maskaly, St. Paul’s UMC, Red Lion, attending American University
Emma Musto, Lenoxville UMC, attending Albright College
Caitlin Schlaline, Christ UMC, Yoe, attending Lebanon Valley College
Chelsey Steele, Wesley UMC, Selinsgrove, attending Lebanon Valley College
Abigail Troshak, Messiah UMC, York, attending Lycoming College
Joshua Wargo, Dorranceton UMC, Kingston, attending Wesley Theological Seminary
Dennis Wilt, Wehnwood UMC, Altoona, attending Juniata College
Aaron Wink, Christ UMC, Selinsgrove, attending Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania

Students interested in receiving scholarships should apply online at The online application for the 2015-2016 year will be available starting January 5, 2015, with a March 5 deadline.

Thank you for your support in recognizing United Methodist Student Day, World Communion Sunday, and Native American Sunday, which help fund a portion of these loans and scholarships. The remaining funds for these awards come from gifts, annuities, and endowments GBHEM has invested and administered for decades.

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