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Education: St. Matthew's awards

St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church has awarded two new scholarship and renewed 12 others.
All college scholarships are for $500 per semester, or $1,000 per year, while vocational/technical college scholarships are for $250 per semester, or $500 per year.
New scholarships went to Daniel James Agner and Tyler Kent Holshouser, both 2008 graduates of East Rowan High School.
Agner plans to major in civil engineering at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. A member of East Rowan’s Drafting Club, he is the son of Rodney and Linda Agner of Salisbury.
Holshouser plans to major in construction management at East Carolina University in Greenville. At East Rowan, he was All County in soccer. His parents are Dawn Holshouser and Phil Holshouser, both of Salisbury.
Renewed scholarships went to Sarah Elizabeth Agner, a rising junior at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Hunter Barrier, a rising sophomore at N.C. State University; Charity Buie Cape, a second year nursing student at Stanly Community College; Alexander Byrd, a rising sophomore at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Ross S. Gagnon, a rising senior at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Sandra Buie Honeycutt, a student at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College; Dylan Kyle Holshouser, a rising junior at Appalachian State University; Tara Ludwig, a rising senior at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Courtney Simmons, a rising sophomore at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro; Jenna Trexler, a rising sophomore at N.C. state University; Drew Christopher Waller, a rising junior at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte; and Susan H. Waller, a rising junior at Pfeiffer University.

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