2016 South Adams Senior Awards

The 2016 South Adams Senior Awards program was held on Thursday, April 28 at 7pm at South Adams High School.  Over 50 awards totaling $85,000 were presented to the graduating class.
 
Those awards marked with a (*) indicate 1st time awards.
 

* ACCF / Carolyn Donaghy Memorial Scholarship

  In 2004, Carolyn’s husband, Larry, contacted the ACCF to begin an annual

  scholarship to memorialize Carolyn. Larry and son, Mark Donaghy, wanted to
  recognize Carolyn’s employment at Taylor University in Fort Wayne and her
  involvement in community activities. Students planning to attend Taylor University
  are considered for this scholarship and those who have shown particular attention
  to compassion and community service are the strongest candidates.

 

This is the first time for this scholarship to be awarded to a South Adams senior.
 

The 2016 South Adams Carolyn Donaghy Memorial Scholarship recipient is: Andrew LeFever

Pictured (L-R): Larry Donaghy, Andrew LeFever

 

* ACCF / EXCEL! Lehman Family Scholarship

This scholarship was established as a helping hand-up to an ‘average-grade’ student doing their best and who desires to further their education in order to achieve their goals and passions. Those planning to attend college, a trade school, or a certification program are eligible.

Be industrious. Make something happen in your life! Go the second mile…Excel! If you’re a ‘C; student, try your best for a ‘B’. This scholarship will be awarded to a student who has shown they are industrious and can overcome challenges to be the best they can be.

This is the first year that this scholarship has been awarded.

The 2016 EXCEL! / Lehman Family Scholarship recipient is: Rebecca Zerby

Pictured: Rebecca Zerby

 

* ACCF / McDonald Education Scholarship

  At a very young age, Barb knew she wanted to become a teacher. She recalls lining

  up her dolls and giving them lessons on what she thought was important. As a
  youth, she taught Bible School, tutored migrants, and was a cadet teacher. Barb
  earned her bachelor's degree from Goshen College and master’s degree from
  Indiana University. Now retired, Barb established this scholarship to help students
  reach their goal of becoming a teacher.
 

  This is the first year that this scholarship has been awarded.

 

The 2016 McDonald Education Scholarship recipient is: Autumn Von Gunten

Pictured (L-R): Barb McDonald, Autumn Von Gunten 
 
 

* ACCF / Peter Minnich Memorial Scholarship

Peter was a member of the St. Marys of the Presentation Church in Geneva, Indiana and a Purdue graduate. For 35 years, he was the owner of the well-known Edelweiss Floral & Gift Shop in Berne. Peter was a very talented and creative florist. He was also active in the Jay County Arts Place and was a much respected citizen and talented artist. His interests included his love for animals, gardening, and traveling. This scholarship was established as an annual tribute to Peter’s many talents.

This is the first year that this scholarship has been awarded.

The 2016 Peter Minnich Memorial Scholarship recipient is: Chastity Guereca

Pictured: Chastity Guereca

 
 

* ACCF / Alice R. Rhoades Memorial Scholarship

  Alice’s husband, Ron, established this fund in memory of his wife and his mother,

  Margaret. These outstanding women graduated from high school and college in
  times when it was extremely rare for women to accomplish these educational
  achievements. They overcame significant challenges to become teachers and were
  remarkable working-mothers who set the example for so many young women. As a
  result, this scholarship will recognize a student that plans to major in education.
 

  Alice graduated from Jefferson High School in 1955 and then attended Ball State University where she attained both her Bachelors and Masters degrees in Education. Over the course of her 39 year teaching career, she taught at Pleasant Mills School, Geneva High School, and South Adams High School. She retired in 1998, but her love for education stretched far beyond her years in the classroom. For over 15 years she was the Adams County Community Foundation Scholarship chairperson and was responsible for the recognitions of literally hundreds of students.

This is the first year that this scholarship has been awarded.

The 2016 Alice Rhoades Memorial Scholarship recipient is: Breonna Lepley

Pictured (L-R): Bob Rhoades, Sherri (Rhoades) Minnich, Richard Rhoades, Terri Rhoades, Ron Rhoades, Breonna Lepley

 

* ACCF / Margaret S. Rhoades Memorial Scholarship

Margaret’s son, Ron, established this fund in memory of his mother and wife, Alice. These outstanding women graduated from high school and college in times when it was extremely rare for women to accomplish these educational achievements. They overcame significant challenges to become teachers and were remarkable working-mothers who set the example for so many young women. As a result, this scholarship will recognize a student that plans to pursue a 2-year degree.

Ron Rhoades was born during the depression in the 1930s. His single mother had eight children. They, along with his grandmother, grandfather and a disabled aunt lived in a two room house in Kentucky. His seven-year old sister was often the care-giver. As often the case during those difficult years, fortunate children were adopted into families that were better prepared to care for young ones. Ron was one of these fortunate children.

At the age of five, Ron was adopted by Margaret and Thomas Rhoades. Margaret had been born in the hills of Kentucky, and in this area of profound destitution, it was not unusual for children to end their education early. However, Margaret persevered and was one of two in her graduating class. In the early 1920s, Margaret traveled by train to Georgetown Teachers College. After graduating from Georgetown, she began her teaching career which lasted 39 years.

This is the first year that this scholarship has been awarded.

The 2016 Margaret Rhoades Memorial Scholarship recipients are: Justin Newman and Hana Norbury

Pictured (L-R): Bob Rhoades, Sherri (Rhoades) Minnich, Richard Rhoades, Terri Rhoades, Ron Rhoades, Justin Newman, Hana Norbury

 
 

ACCF / American Legion, Post #468

  Established in 2012, this scholarship was established to recognize past and present

  local military personnel. To help fund it, the leaders of the American Legion and our
  community participate each year in a unique fundraiser called the Tree of Valor.  
  The tree is available each year in November, and local residents can purchase an
  ornament in varying amounts to help decorate the tree for Veterans Day.
 
  In order to be considered for this scholarship, candidates must provide proof of
  military association and membership to the American Legion, Post #468 of a family
  member.
 

The 2016 American Legion, Post #468 Scholarship recipient is: Riley Liechty

Pictured (L-R): Les Wagner, Riley Liechty

 

ACCF / Anonymous / Business Scholarship

As a result of individual fundraising and the support of our local community, this award is for a SA business major in support of their professional endeavors. In order to be considered for this scholarship, candidates must choose to attend a local college and stay in our community as they pursue their degree.

The 2016 Anonymous Business Scholarship recipient is: Daniel Steffen

Pictured: Daniel Steffen

 
 
 
 
 

ACCF / Herman J. Bixler Memorial Scholarship

  Herman “Bix” Bixler was born and raised in Hartford Township. He graduated from

  Geneva High School in 1941 and then joined the Navy where he served during
  WWII. After the war, he worked in the Pfennig Insurance Agency in Geneva and
  bought the agency in 1952. He expanded the business with offices in Berne,
  Decatur, Geneva and Portland. Bix was an avid golfer and one of the leaders to
  develop the Wabash Valley Golf Course in Geneva.
 

The 2016 Herman Bixler Memorial Scholarship recipient is: Jesse Sutton

Pictured (L-R): Russ Flueckiger, Jesse Sutton

 
 

ACCF / Adams County Coon Hunters Scholarship

This fund was established by a group of formerly active outdoorsmen who were members of a once thriving organized club called Adams County Coon Hunters. At one time, members attended meetings, sporting events, and family gatherings, but over the years, the interest and involvement waned. As a result, all raised monies went to establish this scholarship which will provide a yearly award to scholars who have an interest in hunting, trapping, or other outdoors sports.

The 2016 Adams County Coon Hunters Scholarship recipient is: Makenna Neuenschwander

Pictured: Makenna Neuenschwander

 
 
 

ACCF / Gregg Drake Memorial Scholarship

  Gregg Drake was born in Adams County and grew up in Berne. After graduating

  from South Adams High School in 1969, he attended the University of Indianapolis
  where he received his B. S. degree in Business Administration and Economics in
  1973. After college, Gregg started a State Farm Insurance Agency in Berne where
  he served the community for nearly 40 years. As a businessman, Gregg enjoyed
  living in, working with, and giving back to our community.
 

  Gregg passed away October 1, 2013, and this scholarship was established in his

  memory to offer support to students planning to pursue a career in business.
 

  The 2016 Gregg Drake Memorial Scholarship recipient is: Justin Nussbaum

 

Pictured: Justin Nussbaum

 
 

ACCF / Thomas Neal Dull Memorial Baseball Scholarship

The Thomas Neal Dull South Adams Baseball Scholarship is awarded in memory and honor of Thomas Neal Dull who passed away in 2007. Mr. Dull was a pioneer and great supporter of the Geneva High School and the South Adams High School Baseball programs and sports in general for over 50 years.

This scholarship is awarded each spring to a graduating South Adams baseball player who has displayed strong leadership skills, excelled academically, and is committed to furthering his talents and skills at the collegiate level.

The 2016 Thomas Neal Dull Memorial Baseball Scholarship recipient is: Justin Nussbaum

Pictured (L-R): Ron Dull, Tom Dull, Rhonda (Dull) Reynolds, Jayden Dull, Justin Nussbaum

 

ACCF / K. Robert Ehrman Vocational Scholarships

  Karl Robert Ehrman was a lifelong resident of Adams County with family ties in

  Wells County. A humble, quiet man, he was a retired farmer and an
  accomplished musician. He played French horn, coronet, organ, and accordion. 
  Through his generosity and commitment to both counties, he established an
  endowment fund with the Wells County Community Foundation which stipulates
  that a percentage of the annual distribution be for vocational grants to each of
  the six high schools in Adams and Wells Counties. Recipients are selected for
  having demonstrated an interest in a particular vocational area with plans to
  enter an accredited post-secondary vocational training program.
 

The 2016 K. Robert Ehrman Vocational Scholarship recipients are: Kalie Campbell, Justin Newman, Hana Norbury, Chance Sprunger, Stormi Toland, and Rebecca Zerby

Sitting (L-R): Kalie Campbell, Justin Newman, Hana Norbury

Standing (L-R): Chance Sprunger, Stormi Toland, Rebecca Zerby

 

ACCF / Geneva Proud Scholarships

Over the years, the Geneva Proud organization has demonstrated a strong commitment to the promotion and support of the youth of the community and the improvement of the town parks. This dedication has made Geneva a very desirable place to raise a family. Each year, Geneva Proud provides a scholarship to local students from donations received. Applicants are chosen from high school seniors who live in Geneva or the townships of Harford, Jefferson and Wabash.

The 2016 Geneva Proud Scholarship recipients are: Saedie Hawbaker and Catherine In’t Groen

Pictured (L-R): Saedie Hawbaker, Catherine In’t Groen

 

ACCF / David Habegger Memorial Scholarship

  David Habegger was a country boy on his family’s farm on Tile Mill Road in Adams

  County. His family included five brothers and four sisters. As kids, they played ball
  with neighbors and friends from church. After Dave and his brothers returned from
  WWII, they formed a semi-pro basketball team and played teams from all over
  Indiana. Dave coached Little League in Berne for a number of years and was active
  on Berne’s Recreation Department Board.
 

  Students who have participated in sports and plan to major in a sports related field

  are eligible for this scholarship.
 

The 2016 David Habegger Memorial Scholarship recipient is: McGerran Clouser

 

Pictured: McGerran Clouser

 

ACCF / Adams Memorial Hospital Auxiliary Scholarship

Established in 1998, the Adams County Memorial Hospital Fund was transferred into the Adams County Community Foundation when there was a very lucrative $1 for $1 match sponsored by Lilly Endowment. This fund was initially set up so that one scholarship would be awarded to one student from each high school in Adams County who plans on majoring in the healthcare field. However, with the Foundation’s prudent investments and the growth of this fund, multiple scholarships are now awarded to students from each of the three schools every year.

The 2016 South Adams Hospital Auxiliary Scholarship recipients are: Brittany Clary and Avery Yoder

Pictured (L-R): Brittany Clary, Avery Yoder

 

ACCF / Derryl Lehman Memorial Scholarship

  Derryl Lehman was a Berne businessman who was co-owner of Lehman Feed Mill.

  He served in the Air Force after graduating from high school. After returning to
  Berne, he served as a member of the South Adams School board and volunteered
  as an instructor for the South Adams economics class through Junior Achievement.
  Derryl embraced personal responsibility and achievement.
 

  In order to be considered for this scholarship, candidates must plan on pursuing

  a degree in an agriculture-related field.
 

  The 2016 Derryl Lehman Memorial Scholarship recipient is:

  Makenna Neuenschwander
 
 

Pictured: Makenna Neuenschwander

 
 

ACCF / Doyle & Anna Lehman Scholarship

Doyle and Anna Lehman both briefly attended Taylor University; after their marriage, Doyle attended and completed his degree at Purdue University. While a student at Purdue, Doyle majored in Agriculture Education and Science, and Anna worked in the Mechanical Engineering office. After graduation, Doyle served in the Army from 1955 to 1957. Afterwards, he returned to the Decatur area and taught in various schools including Pleasant Mills High School, Geneva High School, and Berne-French High School. Doyle and Anna have three children: Kevin, Brent, and Cheryl.

In 1964, Doyle became the first principal of South Adams High School and served for fourteen years. He then served as Superintendent at Adams Central followed by South Adams. Because of his interest in Vocational Education, he was very instrumental in establishing the Area 18 vocational school.

Doyle and Anna established this scholarship to support students – in particular vocational students – to help them further their education.

The 2016 Doyle and Anna Lehman Scholarship recipient is: Justin Newman

Pictured: Justin Newman

 

ACCF / Jessica Lehman Memorial Scholarship

  Jessica was a young lady who shared the joy of living with her family and friends –

  even as she navigated life with special needs. Her companions on this journey
  included many skilled teachers, therapists, and members of the health care
  profession. Jessica graduated from South Adams High School and enjoyed
  swimming, biking, shopping, and horseback riding.
 

  Jessica was the inspiration behind Agape Respite Care located in Berne, IN. Jessica’s legacy of love and laughter continues to live on and inspire hope in others. This scholarship, established by her loving parents, supports those who seek to make a difference in the lives of others.

The 2016 Jessica Lehman Memorial Scholarship recipient is: Avery Yoder

Pictured (L-R): Jim and Bertie Lehman (Jessica’s parents), Avery Yoder

 
 

ACCF / Lilly Scholarship Award

Established in 1998, the Lilly Endowment has provided scholarships for Indiana students. Since then, 35 students from Adams County alone have been awarded these very notable scholarships. Lilly scholars have their tuition and fees covered for eight semesters to any college in the state of Indiana. Requirements for this scholarship are established by the Lilly Endowment, and we thank them for their investment in the education of local students. In 2016, this investment has an approximate value of $40,000.

The 2016 Lilly Scholarship Award recipient is: Cole Myers

Pictured (L-R): Cole Myers

 
 

ACCF / Lilly Scholarship Finalist Award

  This year the ACCF invited a total of five students from all three county high

  schools to participate in the ACCF / Lilly Endowment Scholarship interview process.
  These students were interviewed by the ACCF Scholarship Committee and
  impressively represented their family, school, and themselves.
 

  The exceptional student / Lilly Finalist from South Adams is: Jacqueline Gorrell

  Pictured: Jacqueline Gorrell

 
 
 
 
 
 

ACCF / Scott Mathys Memorial Scholarship

Established in 1997 after a tragic fatal motorcycle accident, the Scott Mathys Memorial Scholarship has grown due to the efforts of the local American Legion and this community. Students like Scott with a B / C grade average are eligible for this scholarship.

The 2016 Scott Mathys Scholarship recipient is: Keirstyn Grimm

Pictured (L-R): Keirstyn Grimm

 
 
 
 
 
 

ACCF / Meshberger Brothers - LICA Scholarship

  Established in 1998, the Meshberger Brothers Scholarship was initially established

  so that one scholarship was awarded to a student from each high school in Adams
  County. However, with the growth of this fund and the generous additional
  contributions made by the Meshberger Corporation, the fund has grown large
  enough to award multiple scholarships to graduating seniors at each high school.

 

  Students associated with a past or present Meshberger / LICA employee and
  who plan to major in engineering are eligible for this award.

 

The South Adams 2016 Meshberger Scholarship recipients are: Breonna Lepley and Justin Newman
 

Pictured (L-R): Breonna Lepley, Justin Newman

 

ACCF / Amy Meyer Memorial Scholarship

Amy was a 1999 graduate of South Adams. She loved sports and participated in basketball, softball and cross country. She went on to play college basketball at IPFW and St. Francis while studying sports management. Prior to her death, she even returned to South Adams as an assistant coach to the cross country team and was an assistant coach to the St. Francis Women’s Basketball team.

The Amy Meyer Memorial Scholarship was established in 2010 and is awarded annually to a college-bound graduating South Adams High School female athlete with priority given to an individual that has demonstrated a good mental attitude, leadership, and a strong work ethic while participating in basketball, softball, and/or cross country.

The 2016 Amy Meyer Scholarship recipient is: Catherine In’t Groen

Pictured (L-R): Lee Flueckiger (Amy’s fiancée), Jack Meyer (Amy’s dad), Catherine In’t Groen

 

ACCF / Nut Tree Reading Scholarship

  Fiction, Nonfiction, Travel, Suspense, Education, Biographies, Autobiographies,

  Humor. Whatever the genre, books allow us to go on trips, take a mental vacation,
  change our mood, make us laugh, make us cry and even teach us about other
  countries, cultures, and people. Our reading experiences may impact our life in
  ways that are slight or immense and help us form educational and personal goals.
  As a result, this scholarship was established to recognize the importance of reading
  and to encourage each scholar to pass along this love of reading.
 

  In 2016, this scholarship is being awarded to one South Adams student and one  

  Adams Central student who have demonstrated a great interest in reading.
 

  The 2016 South Adams Nut Tree Scholar is: Catherine In’t Groen

 
 

Pictured: Catherine In’t Groen

 

ACCF / Ted Schwartz Memorial Scholarship

Ted was born and raised in Berne and graduated from South Adams in 1967. He received his art education degree from Taylor University in 1971 and earned his master's degree from Saint Francis College (now University) in 1974. In 1971 he began his teaching career in Portland, teaching art to elementary and junior high students. He then came to South Adams in 1978. After teaching art to elementary and junior high students, he became head of the art department and taught high school students for many years. His teaching career spanned 41 years, with 34 years being at South Adams. If his health had permitted it, he would have been glad to continue teaching. Sadly, Ted passed away in May 2013.

Ted touched the lives of many young people, who in turn inspired him. Working with students and helping them reach their creative potential brought him much joy and satisfaction. He was always pleased when a graduating senior planned to pursue a degree in art, whether it was in education, design, photography, or any of the various visual arts areas. For him it was an honor to have been part of their career choice, and he wished them much success.

As a result, this scholarship is awarded to a student planning to pursue a career in visual arts.

The 2016 Ted Schwartz Memorial Scholarship recipient is: Meagan Imel

Pictured (L-R): Lana Schwartz (Ted’s wife), Meagan Imel

 

ACCF / Betty Jean Jones-Seffernick Memorial Scholarship

  This scholarship was established in memory of Betty Jean Jones-Seffernick by

  her husband of 37 years, Joseph ‘Joe’ Seffernick, as a tribute to her and her
  dedication to her profession. Betty Jean graduated from Geneva High School in
  1962 and then went to Elkhart University Medical and Dental Technical School
  where she earned her degree as a medical lab tech. For 22 years she worked at
  Jay County Hospital as a medical lab technician. As a result, the prevailing criteria
  for this award is that a student plans to pursue a degree in the health care field.

 

The 2016 Betty Jean Jones-Seffernick Memorial Scholarship recipients are: Keirstyn Grimm, Katelin Hawbaker, Madison Morgan, Hana Norbury, Korinna Schindler, Jordyn Weaver, Megan Wynn, and Avery Yoder
 

Standing (L-R): Phil Seffernick, Tammy Seffernick, Joe Seffernick, Korinna Schindler, Jordyn Weaver, Megan Wynn, Avery Yoder

Sitting (L-R): Keirstyn Grimm, Katelin Hawbaker, Madison Morgan, Hana Norbury

 

ACCF / Clayton Shuck Memorial Scholarship

Clayton Shuck was just a young child when he was diagnosed with cancer. His patience and courage while undergoing numerous treatments inspired his community and taught them about bravery and perseverance. His parents, Jason and Theresa Shuck, established this fund after he passed away to honor their brave son and show support for vocational students.

The 2016 Clayton Shuck Memorial Scholarship recipient is: Riley Liechty

Pictured (L-R): Jason Shuck, Riley Liechty

 
 
 

ACCF / Smith Brothers Furniture - Nick Taylor Scholarship

  Spc Nicholas A. "Nick" Taylor, age 20, died on Monday, July 16, 2012, while

  serving in the Indiana National Guard in the Kandahar Providence, Afghanistan.
  Thousands of local citizens lined the streets from the Fort Wayne airport to Berne
  as Nick was brought home. Hundreds of American flags were displayed to the
  Taylor family to show support, sympathy, compassion, and most of all, the pride
  we have in our young men and women who serve. Nick was truly a hero who gave
  his life out of love for his country and his dedication to serve and protect.
 

The son of Tim and Stephanie Taylor of Berne, Nick was a South Adams graduate who participated in football, track, and wrestling. He was a model student and exhibited a positive influence on everyone he was around. His future plans were to attend IPFW in Fort Wayne to major in Criminal Justice.

This scholarship is sponsored by Smith Brothers Furniture in Berne.

The 2016 Smith Brothers Furniture - Nick Taylor Scholarship recipients are: Daniel Burson, Jacqueline Gorrell, Riley Liechty, and Edita Veseli

Pictured (L-R): Daniel Burson, Jacqueline Gorrellm, Riley Liechty, Edita Veseli

 

ACCF / Phyllis Speicher Scholarship

Berne native, Phyllis Speicher, is the daughter of Dan and Mary Jane Speicher. After graduating from Berne-French Twp. High School in 1961, she attended Ball State University and graduated with a Science and Math Degree in Education. After graduating from college, she was hired by Crown Point Community Schools. She taught Math the first year and Science the next forty-four years at Taft Middle school. In addition, she was Science Dept. Chairman for 38 years.

After retiring in 2010, she decided she wanted to help others have the same opportunity that she had. Therefore, she established this scholarship to assist students pursuing a math, science, or technology degree.

The 2016 Phyllis Speicher Scholarship recipients are: Edita Veseli and Makenna Neuenschwander

Pictured: Makenna Neuenschwander, Edita Veseli

 

ACCF / Nicholas 'Nick' Taylor Scholarship

  Spc Nicholas A. "Nick" Taylor, age 20, died on Monday, July 16, 2012, while

  serving in the Indiana National Guard in the Kandahar Providence, Afghanistan.
  Thousands of local citizens lined the streets from the Fort Wayne airport to Berne
  as Nick was brought home. Hundreds of American flags were displayed to the
  Taylor family to show support, sympathy, compassion, and most of all, the pride
  we have in our young men and women who serve. Nick was truly a hero who gave
  his life out of love for his country and his dedication to serve and protect.
 

  The son of Tim and Stephanie Taylor of Berne, Nick was a South Adams graduate

  who participated in football, track, and wrestling. He was a model student and
  exhibited a positive influence on everyone he was around. His future plans were to attend IPFW in Fort Wayne to major in Criminal Justice.
 
This scholarship is sponsored by Nick’s family and this community.
 

The 2016 Nicholas 'Nick' Taylor Scholarship recipient is: Kylie Grabau

Pictured: Kylie Grabau

 

ACCF / Kenneth & Eula Van Emon Scholarship

In 2008, this scholarship was a gift from Kenneth and Eula's ten children to honor the year of their 80th birthdays. Both Kenneth and Eula were educators with nearly 60 years of educational experiences between them. Kenneth earned his undergraduate degree from Purdue University and his masters from Ball State. Eula began her college degree in elementary education in her mid-30s by attending IU in Ft Wayne. She pursued mastery education from Ball State and Purdue University.

Students pursuing an educational degree are eligible for this award.

The 2016 Kenneth and Eula Van Emon Scholarship recipients are: Kaitlyn Brokaw and Sidney Sprunger

Pictured (L-R): Kaitlyn Brokaw, Sidney Sprunger

 
 

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The following South Adams Scholarship Committee (SASC) and community awards were also presented at the South Adams Senior Awards program.
 
Those awards marked with a (*) indicate 1st time awards.
 
 

* SASC / FCC (Adams), LLC Scholarship

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
* SASC / JJ’s Convenience Store Scholarship
 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
SASC / First Bank of Berne Scholarships
 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
SASC / Howard Baumgartner Honorarium Award
 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
SASC / Medical Scholarship
 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
SASC / Rose Yager-Kirchhofer Memorial Scholarship
 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Adams Memorial Hospital / Health Occupation Education
 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Craig N. Amstutz FFA Scholarships
 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Art & Gloria Muselman Memorial Scholarship
 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Key Fasteners Corp. Scholarship