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Education foundation presents scholarships

EVERETT — Allegany College of Maryland Bedford Campus students, including Early College students from regional high schools, were awarded academic scholarships for the 2018-19 academic year.

The awards were announced by the Bedford County Regional Education Foundation.

n Madison Cain, Everett, an Early College student from Bedford High School, received a Bedford Rural Electric Cooperative Tuition Assistance Scholarship;

n Hanna Corle, Osterburg, an Early College student from Chestnut Ridge High School, received a Bedford Rural Electric Cooperative Tuition Assistance Scholarship;

n Kristen Ewing, Everett, an Early College student from Everett Area High School, received a Bedford Rural Electric Cooperative Tuition Assistance Scholarship;

n Kara Kirschner, Breezewood, a homeschooled Early College student, received an Early College Tuition Assistance Scholarship;

n Jamison Kling, Broad Top, a pre-nursing student and Tussey Mountain High School graduate, received a Pay It Forward Scholarship;

n Atlanta Milliron, Osterburg, an Early College student from Chestnut Ridge High School, received a Bedford Rural Electric Cooperative Tuition Assistance Scholarship;

n Madison Mock, Imler, a homeschooled Early College student, received a Bedford Rural Electric Cooperative Tuition Assistance Scholarship;

n Emily O’Brien, Everett, an Early College student from Everett Area High School, received a Bedford Rural Electric Cooperative Tuition Assistance Scholarship;

n Autumn Packer, New Paris, an Early College student from Chestnut Ridge High School, received a Bedford Rural Electric Cooperative Tuition Assistance Scholarship;

n Olivia Pentrack, New Paris, an Early College student from Chestnut Ridge High School, received a Bedford Rural Electric Cooperative Tuition Assistance Scholarship;

n Jamie Piscatello, Schellsburg, an Early College student from Chestnut Ridge High School, received a Bedford Rural Electric Coopera-tive Tuition Assistance Scholarship;

n Clarece Smith, Bedford, an Early College student from Bedford High School, received a Bedford REC Early College Tuition Assistance Scholarship;

n Hope Snavely, Bedford, a pre-Nursing student and Bedford High School graduate, received a Pennsylvania Student Scholarship; and

n Emma Suter, New Enterprise, an education-early childhood student and Northern Bedford High School graduate, received a Bedford County Human Service Council Scholarship.

The Bedford County Regional Education Foundation has given more than $1.2 million in scholarship, tuition assistance and emergency book funding support to more than 7,250 students since 1993.

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