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Howard's Community Foundation awards 24 scholarships

The Community Foundation of Howard County has awarded 24 scholarships to seniors graduating from the school system this week.

Cecelia Holt and Kristen Robinson, of Long Reach High School, each received $500 Mary-Kathryn Abernathy Memorial Scholarships.

Isabelle Kim of Atholton High School received a $5,000 Amanda Post “AmandaWins Soccer Association of Columbia/Howard County Student-Athlete Scholarship. Kendra Rosnik of River Hill High School received the $5,000 Amanda Post “AmandaWins” River Hill High School Student-Athlete Scholarship.

Jordan Trinh of Wilde Lake High School received the Russell Barch Excellence in Mathematics Scholarship. Peter Kruse of Mt. Hebron High School won a $1,000 Karen and Howard Carolan Scholarship.

Molly Albano of Hammond High School received the $500 Michael Chang Sunshine Scholarship. Adrianna Shoemaker of Wilde Lake received a $1,000 Michael Joseph Deets Scholarship.

Chizoba Ukairo of Oakland Mills High School received a $1,000 Robert J. Gaw Memorial Scholarship. Sean Salisbury of River Hill received a $1,500 Freeman K. Hill Teen Scholarship.

Megan Tuma of Marriotts Ridge High School received a $1,000 Mark Hollingsworth Scholarship. Christopher Ma, also of Marriotts Ridge, received a $500 Mary Ann Levant Scholarship. Bich Nguyen, of the Homewood Center and Mt. Hebron, also received a $500 Mary Ann Levant Scholarship.

Christopher Evans of Atholton received the $2,500 Doug Parker Scholarship. Katrina Macadoff, also of Atholton, received a $1,000 Wilbon H. and Mary J. Pulliam Scholarship.

Alyssa Summers of Marriotts Ridge received a $1,000 C. Merritt Pumphrey Scholarship. Rachel Yep of Mt. Hebron received a $1,000 Kit Sfekas Memorial Scholarship.

Claire Reardon of Howard High School received a $1,000 Christina and Lawrence Tarbell III Scholarship. Thomas Bagley of Atholton, Monica Katzen of Long Reach, David Reynoso of Wilde Lake and James Riss of Oakland Mills each received a $1,000 Tropf Family Scholarship.

Katherine Mackie of Oakland Mills received a $2,000 Phyllis Utterback Scholarship. David Lazris of Wilde Lake received a $1,000 Aaron Worley Memorial Scholarship.

The Community Foundation, formerly the Columbia Foundation, raises, manages and distributes funds to support Howard County nonprofits and scholarships.

Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun
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