Memorial Presbyterian Church Announces 2022 Scholarship Recipients


Twelve high school graduates from Midland County schools received scholarships to the college of their choice in May. The scholarships are made possible by memorials donated by family members of the Memorial Presbyterian Church. Each scholarship is for a minimum of $1,000 and has its own set of criteria. Some are renewable scholarships.

Mark Sheldon Putnam and Mildred Plate Putnam Memorial Scholarship ($2,500 per year for two years): Allison Miller, Midland High School

Operation Fun Scholarship in Memory of Marilyn Joy Hoshaw ($1,500): Sofia Aultman, Dow High School

Beth Ann Hodges Memorial Scholarship ($2,000): Semaj Torain, Midland High School

Laurie Ann Karpiuk–Dickerson Memorial Scholarship ($1,500): Adam Gayheart, Dow High School

The Charlotte B. Currie Memorial Scholarship ($2,500 per year for four years): Ashley Chase, Meridian Early College High School; Rachel Erdmann, Dow High School; Mallory Fenskie, Midland High School; Taya Hallock, Dow High School; Paige Trevillian, Dow High School; Emma Schultz, Dow High School

George and Jean Metcalf Memorial Scholarship ($2,000): Allison Miller, Midland High School

Catharine Ann and Cynthia Christine Ring Memorial Scholarship ($2,000): Allison Miller, Midland High School

Winston Trust Memorial Scholarship ($2,000): George Hageage, Midland High School

Two adult scholarships for people over the age of 21 returning to school to further their education have been awarded so far this year. These scholarships are awarded through the Jean and J. Lawrence Adult Memorial Scholarship Fund. Visit under Community Remedies for more details.


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