Six receive 2019 NEHS Scholarship Foundation awards

At the annual NEHS Alumni banquet on June 22, held at the North East Ballroom within the firehouse, six recent graduates of North East High School were presented with $1,000 awards from The NEHS Scholarship Foundation Inc. Since 2003, the foundation has donated $103,000 to deserving NEHS students who wish to further their education.

The 2019 recipients include (left to right):

Annaka Tamayo, daughter of Melissa and Juan Carlos Tamayo, plans to attend Cecil College, furthering her education in biochemistry. She was presented with a NEHS Scholarship Foundation Inc. award.

Theresa Lawlor, daughter of Melissa and David Lawlor, received a Geraldine and H.T. Russell Memorial Scholarship. She will study science, starting at Cecil College.

Savannah Geiger, daughter of Laura and Charles Geiger, will attend Salisbury University, majoring in psychology. A NEHS Scholarship Foundation Inc. award was given to her.

Abigail Miller, daughter of Dawn and Scott Miller, is planning to major in mechanical engineering at Messiah College. She accepted the Lizzetta and George Rhudy Memorial Scholarship.

Eric Garvey, son of Victoria and Kevin Garvey, received a Geraldine and H.T. Russell Memorial Scholarship. He will study environmental engineering at the University of Maryland.

Matthew Stacy, son of Lisa and David Stacy, plans to attend the University of Maryland, majoring in business management. He accepted the John Mars/Class of 1956 Award.

The NEHS Scholarship Foundation Inc. is a nonprofit organization, to which you may donate. Send checks to The NEHS Scholarship Foundation Inc., PO Box 588, North East, MD, 21901.

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