GUERNSEY-MUSKINGUM AWARDS SCHOLARSHIPS
On Saturday, February 9th
twenty students, participating from eleven high schools, were interviewed for the college scholarship program of the Guernsey-Muskingum Electric Cooperative. The cooperative designates a first place award of $1000, second place of $500, third place of $300, and fourth place of $200 in a boys’ division and a girls’ division.
Standing: GMEC Director Duane Parks, GMEC Director Ed Bay, Nicholas Fowler, Grant Slack, Nolan Rennicker, Aaron Ruby and GMEC CEO Jerry Kackley
Sitting: Hallie Zimmer, Teresa Kuhns, Josie Vernon and Mary Weidig
Interviews began at 7:20 am
and continued until 11:30 am. Following the interviews, the participants and their parents enjoyed a luncheon.
Fourth place winner
in the girls’ division was Teresa Kuhns who attends John Glenn High School; and, fourth place winner in the boys’ division was Nolan Rennicker who attends Indian Valley High School.
Third place winner
in the girls’ division was Mary Weidig who attends Tri-Valley High School; and, third place winner in the boys’ division was Nicholas Fowler, who attends Shenandoah High School.
Second place winner
in the girls’ division was Josie Vernon, who attends Tri-Valley High School; and, second place winner in the boys’ division was Aaron Ruby, who attends Cambridge High School.
Winner in the girls’ division
was Hallie Zimmer the daughter of Jed and Carrie Zimmer of Cambridge. Hallie attends John Glenn High School.