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Bedford County Regional Education Foundation awards scholarships

EVERETT — The Bedford County Regional Education Foundation announced that a number of students were awarded scholarships to attend the Allegany College of Maryland Bedford County Campus.

Local students include:

n Zachary Claycomb, Everett, Dick M. Rice Memorial Scholarship.

n Nichole Claar, New Paris, Dr. Jim Snider Bedford County Campus Scholarship.

n Chandler Clark, Bedford, Dr. Jim Snider Bedford County Campus Scholarship.

n Cameryn Grube, Bedford, Dr. Jim Snider Bedford County Campus Scholarship.

n Cameron Painter, Breezewood, Dr. Jim Snider Bedford County Campus Scholarship.

n Joshua Wyles, Saxton, Dr. Jim Snider Bedford County Campus Scholarship.

n Lexus Grubb, Everett, Edward and Irene Terpening Memorial Scholarship.

n Mia Cogan, Everett, Fred W. and Gladys M. Pepple Memorial Scholarship.

n Brook Troutman, Hopewell, John H. Jordan Memorial Scholarship.

n Kiley Ross, Osterburg, John H. Jordan Memorial Scholarship.

n Christy Carbaugh, Hopewell, Memorial Hospital of Bedford County Foundation Scholarship.

n Benjamin Heidorn, Bedford, Memorial Hospital of Bedford County Foundation Scholarship.

n Alison Shinall, Everett, Memorial Hospital of Bedford County Foundation Scholarship.

n Cameron Painter, Breezewood, New Hope Foundation Scholarship in Memory of Terry Jo Caro.

n Ryan Kisner, Everett, Anna Steele, Martinsburg, Pay It Forward Scholarship.

n Brianna Mobley, Everett, Peggy Detwiler Gates Memorial Scholarship.

n Christy Carbaugh, Hopewell, Pennsylvania Student Scholarship.

n Christy Carbaugh, Hopewell, Rep. Dick L. Hess Memorial Scholarship.

Through the generosity of individual and corporate donors to the Bedford County Regional Education Foundation, the Allegany College of Maryland Bedford County Campus offers more than $75,000 in scholarships annually.

More information is available by contacting Leah Pepple at 652-9528, ext. 6223, or lpepple@allegany.edu.

IUP recognizes honor graduate

from Altoona

INDIANA, Pa. — Alexis Henry of Altoona, a nutrition-dietetics track major at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, has completed studies at IUP for her bachelor’s degree with a perfect 4.0 grade point average.

A total of 644 graduates completing studies in December and January will be honored virtually in commencement ceremonies; 194 of the undergraduates qualify for Latin Honors (3.25 or above cumulative grade point average) and 20 of the graduates achieved a perfect 4.0 grade point average.

Graduates were honored at six college-based virtual ceremonies on Dec. 12.

Henry, daughter of Richard Henry and Regina Schmitt, is a 2016 graduate of Hollidaysburg Senior High School.

A member of Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society and the National Society of Leadership and Success, she is an eight-time recipient of the IUP’s dean’s list.

She served as fundraising chair for Student Association of Nutrition and Dietetics at IUP, is a community nutrition educator for Greater Pittsburgh Community Foodbank, a student member of the IUP Co-Op Board of Directors and serves in community outreach support for New Life Community Church.

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