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St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church awards scholarships

SALISBURY — St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church has awarded 27 scholarships to local residents. All college scholarships are $500 per semester or $1,000 for the year, and vocational/technical college scholarships are $250 per semester or $500 for the year. The total amount of scholarships awarded for 2016-17 is $22,000.

Sarah Caroline Agner, a senior at the University of North Carolina, was reawarded a $1,000 scholarship. Her parents are Mary Jo and Tim Agner of Salisbury.

Alexander Calloway Askew, a sophomore at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College, was reawarded a $500 scholarship. His parents are Paula and David Askew of Gold Hill.

Lauren Elizabeth Allen, a senior at Lees McRae College, was reawarded a $500 scholarship. Her parents are Lorrie and Bob Allen of Salisbury.

Justin Eugene Allen, a junior at Western Carolina University, was reawarded a $1000 scholarship. His parents are Lorrie and Bob Allen of Salisbury.

Faith Reanna Blume, a freshman at Appalachian State University, was awarded a $1,000 scholarship. Her parents are Anne and Kevin Blume of Gold Hill.

Emily Michelle Cleveland, a senior at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, was reawarded a $1,000 scholarship. Her parents are Richard and Chris Cleveland of Gold Hill.

River Curlee, a freshman at Montgomery Community College, was awarded a $500 scholarship. His parents are Donna and Gary Curlee of Salisbury.

Walker Owen Fortson, a sophomore at Davidson Community College, was reawarded a $500 scholarship. His parents are Drema and Dean Fortson of Salisbury. 

Cooper Evan Grubb, a a freshman at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College, was awarded a $500 scholarship. His mother is Julie Trexler, and step-father Scott Trexler of Salisbury. 

Dylan Turner Grubb, a sophomore at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College, was reawarded a $500 scholarship. His mother is Julie Trexler, and step-father Scott Trexler of Salisbury.

Grant McKinley Hoffner, a sophomore at Western Carolina University, was reawarded a $1,000 scholarship. His parents are Melissa and Randy Hoffner of Salisbury.

Holden Alexander Ingold, a junior at Appalachian State University, was reawarded a $1,000 scholarship. His parents are Julie and Gray Ingold of Salisbury.

Annie Lee Justus, a junior at Appalachian State University, was reawarded a $1,000 scholarship. Her parents are Frances and Barry Justus of Salisbury.

Jackson Ross Justus, a freshman at Lenoir-Rhyne University, was awarded a $1,000 scholarship. His parents are Frances and Barry Justus of Salisbury.

Timothy Dalton Ludwick, a graduate of East Rowan High School, was reawarded a $1,000 scholarship. Ludwick will be a junior at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte this fall. He plans to major in geology. His parents are Linda and Michael Ludwick of Richfield.

Anna Y. Lyerly, a junior at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College, was reawarded a $500 scholarship. Her parents are Ada Lyerly of Salisbury and Bobby Lyerly.

Heather Nicole Lyerly, a freshman at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College, was awarded a $500 scholarship. Her parents are Ada Lyerly of Salisbury and Bobby Lyerly.

Preston Mills, a junior at North Carolina State University, was awarded a $1,000 scholarship. His parents are Tim and Susie Mills Salisbury.

Sydney Christine Poole, a senior at Pfeiffer University, was reawarded a $1,000 scholarship. Her parents are Sandra and Brian Poole of Salisbury.

Alan Jacob Rawson, a senior at Catawba College, was reawarded a $1,000 scholarship. His parents are Lisa and Bob Rawson of Gold Hill.

Tyler Raymond Rawson, a sophomore at Wingate University, was reawarded a $1,000 scholarship. His parents are Lisa and Bob Rawson of Gold Hill. 

Ashton Marie Rogers, a sophomore at Catawba College, was reawarded a $1,000 scholarship. Her parents are Kim and Greyland Rogers of Salisbury.

Evan William Rogers, a junior at North Carolina State University, was reawarded a $1,000 scholarship. His parents are Lynn and Kendal Rogers of Salisbury.

Taylor Nicole Rogers, a sophomore at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College, was reawarded a $500 scholarship. Her parents are Kim and Trip Rogers of Salisbury. 

Colton Wayne Trexler, a student at Nashville Auto Diesel College, was reawarded a $500 scholarship. His parents are Sonya and Donnie Trexler of Salisbury. 

Heather Joy Trexler, a senior at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte, was reawarded a $1,000 scholarship. Her parents are Lisa and Ty Trexler Richfield.

Sydney Lauren Trexler, a freshman at the University of North Carolina Chapel  Hill, was awarded a $1,000 scholarship. Her parents are Corey and Tanya Trexler of Salisbury.

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