The Doddridge County Community Foundation is pleased to announce that $45,950 in scholarship support was recently awarded to Doddridge County students to assist in their pursuit of post-secondary education. These scholarships are made possible by the generous support of individuals and businesses who believe in the importance of education and who have partnered with the Foundation to create permanent scholarship funds.
Scholarships awarded and recipients include:
Cathy McClain Nursing Scholarship — Sydney Keith
Coach and Betty Stansberry Scholarship– Maci Britton
Doddridge County High School Promise Scholarship Fund in Memory of Hattie Leggett — Maci Britton and Trinity Neely
Doddridge County STEM Scholarship — Griffin Devericks
Doddridge County Vocational Scholarship — Isabella Donley
EQT Scholarship — Griffin Devericks, Isabella Donley, Holden Hayes, Alexia Poling, Ty Spurlock, and Isabella Stamm
Jesse Michael Cayton Scholarship — Maci Britton
Katherine and Stanley Ash Memorial Scholarship – Isabella Donley
Nancy C. Barton Scholarship — Maci Britton
Walter B. Swentzel Scholarship — Jasmine Ball, Maci Britton, Griffin Devericks, Alexis Heflin, Isaac Pringle, Sarah Pringle, Sydney Reed, and Courtney Sanford
The Doddridge County Community Foundation is an affiliate of the Parkersburg Area Community Foundation (PACF). The PACF awards scholarships throughout its eleven-county service area; and three Doddridge County students were recipients of PACF scholarships this year:
Esbella Marie Schaber Scholarship — Maci Britton
Homer and Edith Hickman Scholarship — Myya Helm and Isaac Pringle
As the cost for post-secondary education continues to rise, the Doddridge County Community Foundation encourages individuals concerned about the academic future of our region’s young people to partner with the Foundation. Individuals can volunteer on the Foundation’s Scholarship Fund Committee, donate to build a current scholarship fund, or create a new scholarship fund. Together we can make a meaningful difference for our community’s next generation. To learn more about the Foundation’s current scholarships or how to create your own scholarship, visit www.pacfwv.com/scholarships or call 304.428.4438.