Retirement, nursing facilities give scholarships


Fairhaven Retirement Community and Copper Ridge nursing home in Sykesville have awarded $27,000 in scholarships to student employees.

Students employed at either facility for at least 12 hours a week are eligible for a $1,000 scholarship after one year, or $2,000 after two years.

Honored with $1,000 scholarships from Fairhaven were: Jason Ambush, Aubrey Dixon, Kimberly Kehl, Megan McGarry, Terais Patterson, Stacey Reed, Michael Ricker and Brian Spicer, all of Liberty High School; and Jessica Grimsley of South Carroll High School.

Those receiving $2,000 scholarships were: Brittany Collins, Daniel Eyster and John Jordan, all of Liberty; Timothy Glinka of Glenelg High in Howard County; Michael Heck of Calvert Hall College, Towson; and Matthew Rice and Matthew Sunell.

Copper Ridge awarded $1,000 scholarships to: Amber Back, Melissa Vogel and Brandy Ward, all of Liberty; and Harmony Schell of South Carroll.

Pub Date: 5/26/98

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