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St. John’s Lutheran awards 28 scholarships

Scholarship recipients

Laura Agner

Laura Agner

Rebecca Agner

Rebecca Agner

Christopher Derrick

Christopher Derrick

David Derrick

David Derrick

Shelby Holden

Shelby Holden

Georgia Kirchin

Georgia Kirchin

Riley Myers

Riley Myers

Anna Page

Anna Page

Steven Page

Steven Page

Caroline Parrott

Caroline Parrott

Caroline Plyler

Caroline Plyler

Andrew Poe

Andrew Poe

Alex Yang

Alex Yang

John Yang

John Yang

SALISBURY — Sunday morning, St. John’s awarded 28 scholarships — including four ministerial scholarships — all totaling $31,646.

The following students are recipients:

  • The Thomas E. Gilbert and Viola H. Bailey Scholarship: John Yang, Alex Yang, Caroline Parrott
  • The Dorothy Click Fesperman Scholarship: Matt Woolly, Carter Woolly, Caroline Plyler, Caroline Parrott, Steven Page, Anna Page, Sarah Michalec, Russell Michalec, Sam McNeely, Paul McNeely, Shelby Holden, Walker Brown
  • The Carl Edgar & Edna Cauble Leazer Church Music Scholarship: Laura Agner
  • The Scott Rierson Memorial Scholarship: Laura Agner, Kathryn Rusher
  • The Emily May Brown Memorial Scholarship: Walker Brown, Christopher Derrick, Katie Tonnesen
  • The Bruce Alden Ketner Jr. Scholarship: Christopher Derrick, Andrew Poe, Kathryn Rusher
  • The Margaret Cline & Ernest Crawford Safrit Sr. Scholarship: David Derrick, Michael Jones, Riley Myers, Andrew Poe
  • The Hugh B. and Lena B. Lyerly Scholarship: Georgia Kirchin, Katie Tonnesen, Jordan Smith

Dr. Cyndi Osterhus, scholarship chair, made the presentations during the 11 a.m. worship service. Dr. Ronald Smith chairs the St. John’s Benevolent Foundation.

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