Jessica MacDonald and Joy Sulewski of Maumee High School have received Maumee Education Association Future Educator Scholarships.
Jessica received a $3,000 scholarship, and Joy received $1,500. Both students, members of the National Honor Society, the marching band, and DARE Role Models, will attend Bowling Green State University in the fall.
Junior history major Nancy Seay of Toledo has received the University of Toledo Raoul Wallenberg Scholarship for exemplary and meritorious service.
Mrs. Seay, 48, is the 10th recipient of the award. She won the $2,500 grant-in-aid through her community and international service and through submission of an essay.
A graduate of St. Ursula Academy in the 1970s, she went on to become a licensed practical nurse and taught community health in Gambia, West Africa. From 1998 to 2002 she taught literacy to children and adults as a VISTA volunteer in East Toledo.
Adam DeMars of Toledo, a student at the University of Toledo, has received a $2,500 scholarship from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency. The academic scholarship is available to majors in environmental science or environmental engineering. VJ Block Fits: Block Depth: 7.23i Expansion .1i (S6)
Catherine Georgiadis, co-captain of the Springfield High School hockey team, is the winner of the 2003 Burger King-Toledo Storm hockey scholarship of $1,000. She will be in the honors program at Ohio State University in the fall.
The only girl on her school hockey team, Cathy was chosen from candidates who have played in hockey leagues or on high school teams and who have a minimum 3.0 grade-point average and been involved in continuous community service.
Halley Wasserman, Amanda Newton, Craig Schabel, Adam Ladd, and Kim Miller, 2003 graduates of Clay High School, have been awarded $1,000 scholarships by the Clay High Alumni and Friends Association.
Halley, the class valedictorian, will attend Kent State University; Amanda plans to attend Grand Canyon University, Adam, Ohio State University, and Craig and Kim will be at Bowling Green State University.
Stacey Moritz, a graduate of Maumee High School, is one of five students to win a $500 Leadership and Service Scholarship from the Ohio Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers. More than 900 students applied for the scholarships. Stacey will attend Ohio State University.