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Scholarship Recipients

Congratulations and best of luck to the following students, the 2016 COAD David V. Stivison Appalachian Community Action Scholarship recipients:

James M. Wilson, nominee of Adams-Brown Economic Opportunities, a senior at West Union High School who plans to attend Southern State Community College.

Jacob C. Cady, nominee of Adams-Brown Economic Opportunities, a senior at Georgetown High School who plans to attend Southern State Community College.

Tyler S. Martin, nominee of Hocking-Athens-Perry Community Action, a senior at Alexander High School who plans to attend Ohio University.

Payal J. Patel, nominee of Hocking-Athens-Perry Community Action, a senior at New Lexington High School who plans to attend The Ohio State University.

Faith A. Strickdorn nominee of Hocking-Athens-Perry Community Action, a senior at Crooksville High School who plans to attend West Liberty University.

Holly D. Cochran, nominee of Gallia-Meigs Community Action, a senior at Southern High School who plans to attend Muskingum University.

Josslyn B. King nominee of the Guernsey, Monroe, Noble Tri-County Community Action Organization, a senior at Meadowbrook High School who plans to attend Zane State College.

Deauna D. Rich, nominee of the Guernsey, Monroe, Noble Tri-County Community Action Organization, a senior at The King’s Academy who plans to attend Freed-Hardeman University.                                                                           

Kimberly R. West, nominee of the Guernsey, Monroe, Noble Tri-County Community Action Organization, a senior at Shenandoah High School who plans to attend Heidelberg University.

Kelaiah R. Kneuss, nominee of the HARCATUS Tri-County Community Action Organization, a senior at New Philadelphia High School who plans to attend Geneva College.

Ashley E. Luyster, nominee of the HARCATUS Tri-County Community Action Organization, a senior at Carrollton High School who plans to attend either the University of Mount Union or Kent State University Tuscarawas.

Ally R. Vargo, nominee of the HARCATUS Tri-County Community Action Organization, a senior at Union Local High School who plans to attend Kent State University.

Emma J. Reno, nominee of the Highland County Community Action Organization, a senior at Hillsboro High School who plans to attend Thomas More College.

Cody E. Rawlins, nominee of the Ironton-Lawrence County Area Community Action Organization, a senior at Ironton High School who plans to attend Shawnee State University.

Samantha M. Queen, nominee of Jackson-Vinton Community Action, a senior at Jackson High School who plans to attend Shawnee State University.

Max J. Huston, nominee of Jackson-Vinton Community Action, a senior at Vinton County High School who plans to attend Ohio University.

Jacob G. Savage, nominee of the Jefferson County Community Action Council, a senior at Buckeye Local High School who plans to attend Robert Morris University.

Katelyn N. Waugaman, nominee of the Muskingum Economic Opportunity Action Group, a senior at Philo High School who plans to attend Muskingum University.

Skyla H. Choate, nominee of the Community Action Committee of Pike County, a senior at Piketon High School who plans to attend Hocking College.

Anthony L. Woods, nominee of the Ross County Community Action Commission, a senior at Chillicothe High School who plans to attend Ohio Christian University.

Devon T. Applegate, nominee of the Community Action Organization of Scioto County, a senior at Minford High School who plans to attend Shawnee State University.

Brittany S. Heigley, nominee of the Community Action Program Corporation of Washington-Morgan Counties, a senior at Morgan School who plans to attend Ohio State ATI.

Adrianna L. Schaad, nominee of the Community Action Program Corporation of Washington-Morgan Counties, a senior at Morgan High School who plans to attend Otterbein University.

Sarah E. Roberts, nominee of the Columbiana County Community Action Agency, a senior at American Spirit Academy who plans to attend Kent State University.

We are also providing an additional scholarship this year in memory of Ethan Pauley. Tabitha Williams, a senior at Wheelersburg High School who plans to attend Marshall University.