Adams Electric Awards $11,000 In Adult Scholarships
Adams Electric Cooperative recently awarded $1,000 scholarships to 11 of its adult members to help them continue their education.
The 11 were chosen from among the applications reviewed by the co-op’s volunteer scholarship committee and approved by the board of directors. This is the eighth year for the adult scholarships and the ninth year for youth scholarships, awarded to high school seniors earlier in the year. Both programs are funded with Ownership Rewards (unclaimed patronage capital money) and do not affect member rates.
The winners include: Andrea Katz of Newburg, Anna Maria Gray-Leyko of Stewartstown, Brandi Frame of York, Brecca Faust of Gettysburg, Chris Frank of Fairfield, Gwendolyn Blouse of Dover, Jill Lippiatt of Glenville, Kevin Hoover of Orrtanna, Lisa Harman of Biglerville, Nicole Renninger of Newburg, and Samantha Dell of Gettysburg.
“We are able to help members with their education, often at a time of greatest need, through this popular and much appreciated program,” says CEO/General Manager Steve Rasmussen.
The scholarship process for adult members begins each year in May. For more information, visit adamsec.coop, and click on “Scholarships” under “My Benefits” or call 888/232-6732.
Adams Electric Cooperative is a member-owned, not-for-profit electric distribution utility serving 32,000 members-accounts in Adams, Cumberland, Franklin, Perry and York counties. This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employers
Eleven adult members received $1,000 continuing education scholarships from Adams Electric in the fall. Recognition certificates were presented by Board Secretary and Scholarship Committee Liaison Nadine Hubner, right, as well as Scholarship Committee members Lucinda Heller, third from right and Bill Rowley, left. Those present were, from left: Andrea Katz, Samantha Dell, Lisa Harman, Jill Lippiatt, Ann Maria Gray-Leko, Nicole Renninger, Kevin Hoover and Chris Frank.
Submitted by aecweb on Wed, 09/28/2016 - 14:18