by Patty Slaby

The following winners received scholarships for the 2009-2010 school year.

There are five winners of the Floyd Qualls Memorial Scholarship:

Sara Conrad is an entering freshman at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Mich. She is pursuing a degree in occupational therapy.

Alexandra Kraut is an entering freshman at Keene State College in Keene, N.H. She is majoring in music education.

Daniel Guenther is the undergraduate winner attending Berkley College of Music in Boston, Mass. He is obtaining a bachelorís degree in music production and engineering.

Miranda Hitzemann is a graduate student attending the University of Pennsylvania. She is working on a masterís degree in urban spatial analytics.

Samuel Muwanguzi is working on his Ph.D. in information sciences at the University of North Texas in Denton, Tex.

The Dr. Mae Davidow Memorial Scholarship was awarded to Rebekah Balmer. She is a junior at West Chester University of Pennsylvania and is majoring in womenís studies.

The William G. Corey Scholarship was awarded to Dawn Lloyd. She is a senior at Reading Hospital School of Health earning a degree in nursing.

The NIB/Grant M. Mack Scholarship has been won by Laura Palmaro. She is attending Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. where she is majoring in marketing and international business.

Lisa Drzewucki won the Arnold Sadler Memorial Scholarship. She is a graduate student working toward a masterís degree in social work.

The Kellie Cannon Scholarship went to Casey Burkhardt; he is a junior at Villanova University, which is in Villanova, Pa.

Justin Hodge won the Dr. S. Bradley Burson Science Scholarship. Justin is attending the University of Evansville in Evansville, Ind. His major is mechanical engineering.

The John Hebner Memorial Scholarship was awarded to Christina Tran. She is working full-time while attending the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Her major is industrial and organizational psychology.

Katherine Moss won the Bay State Council of the Blind Scholarship.

Jenny Emery earned the Eunice Fiorito Memorial Scholarship. She is in her second year of graduate school earning a masterís in professional counseling. She is attending Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais, Ill.

The Richard Bennet Memorial Scholarship was awarded to Nicole Peters. She is a graduate student at St. Michaelís College in Colchester, Vt.

The Dr. Duane Buckley Scholarship was presented to Justin Salisbury. He is majoring in mathematics education and psychology at East Carolina University in Greenville, N.C.

Patricia Kepler is a senior at Warner Pacific College in Portland, Ore. She won the Oregon Council of the Blind Scholarship. She is working on a bachelorís degree in business.

The last winner for this year is Barry Hyde. He received the James R. Olsen Memorial Scholarship and he is working on his Ph.D. in aeronautical safety with a specialization in business administration. He is at the North Central Valley University.

The winners who attended the convention were pleased to take part in many of the events, activities, and programs. Many thanks to my hard-working committee!

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