Published 12:00 am Thursday, June 18, 2020
St. John’s Lutheran Church scholarships
St. John’s Lutheran Church awarded scholarships to 34 students totaling $26,256. The scholarships are the result of gifts from members who want to encourage and support students in their post-secondary education. The scholarships are part of the St. John’s Benevolent Foundation, which started in 1974.
Congratulations to the following recipients:
The Thomas E. Gilbert and Viola H. Bailey Scholarship: Mallory Braun, Mary Kaufman, Brenna McCormick, Nina Sachse, Sydney Sims
The Dorothy Click Fesperman Scholarship: Claire Allen, Gemma Brown, Tessa Brown, Abby Buechler, Archie Dees, David Derrick, Spencer Everhart, Grace Faller, Elizabeth Graber, Julie Kenny, Callie Kirchin, Rebecca Lewis, Sam McNeely, Emma Myers, Carsyn Parrott, Cali Proper, Thomas Robins, Emma Ryerson, Bethany Stauffer, Caylynn Westberg
The Scott Rierson Memorial Scholarship: Claire Allen, Spencer Everhart, Callie Kirchin, Scott McNeely, Nina Sachse, Sydney Sims, Bethany Stauffer
The Emily May Brown Memorial Scholarship: Lillian Huebner, Juan Salazar, Dulce Torres
The Bruce Alden Ketner Jr. Scholarship: Luke Brady, Mallory Braun, Lillian Huebner, Mary Kaufman, Julian Morgan, Hans Roemer
The Margaret Cline and Ernest Crawford Safrit Sr. Scholarship: Victoria Plyler, Skyler Smith, Katherine Sullivan
The Hugh B. and Lena B. Lyerly Scholarship: Victoria Plyler, Skyler Smith, Katherine Sullivan
Payton Holt, of Mt. Ulla, was awarded the Emory and Henry College Athletic Department’s Female Newcomer of the Year award.
Landon Ketchie, of Salisbury, was one of 169 Piedmont student athletes named to the USA South Atlantic Conference Academic All-Conference team.