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Salisbury Rotary Club scholarships

The Salisbury Rotary Club has awarded $25,000 in academic scholarships for the 2011-2012 academic year.
Twenty-five area students were each awarded $1,000 scholarships during their recent high school award assemblies by members of the Rotary Club.
These scholarships provide financial assistance for tuition, books, fees and other related expenses at the recipientsí college of choice. Recipients of the scholarship must be Rowan County residents who are full-time students and have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement during the 2010-2011 year.
The 2011 recipients are:
Carson ó Amanda Girelli, Leane Blais, Brooke Hartsell, Dylan Eagle.
Gray Stone Day School óHarrison Latimer.
East Rowan High School óDillon Arey, Luke Thomas, Raven Corbett, Masyn Burgess, Taylor Young, Carly Opel.
West Rowan High School óCaitlin Suire.
Salisbury High School óMary Mills, Steven Page, Phillip Tonseth, Margaret Kaufmann, Andrew McCollister, Alexander Weant, MacKenzie Gokey, David Simons, Zoe Gonzales, Mallison Fisher, Jenna Bryan.
South Rowan High School ó Joel Luther, Robert Raymond.
Members of the Rotary Scholarship Committee are: David Treme, president; Reid Leonard, vice president; Robert Roakes, secretary; Pete Teague, treasurer; Dr. Thomas Carlton, Don Sayers, John Casey, Dianne Scott, Clay Lindsay.
Scholarships were presented during the area high school award assemblies by Seamus Donaldson, West Rowan High School; Dr. Thomas Carlton, East Rowan High School; Elizabeth Cook, Carson High School; David Treme, Salisbury High School; Dianne Scott, Gray Stone Day School; and by guidance staff at South Rowan High School.

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