Altrusa International awards scholarships


Altrusa International of Washington C.H. awarded $500 scholarships at its early-August meeting to two 2015 female graduates of Fayette County’s public high schools. Shown are (from left) Altrusa Treasurer Claudia Coe, Makayla Gilmore from Washington High School, Josie Cruea from Miami Trace High School, and Altrusa President Alice Craig. Makayla leaves shortly for Wright State University; Josie, for The Ohio State University. Altrusans raise funds for scholarships through projects such as the upcoming fifth-annual Loving Spoonsful tasting luncheon, scheduled for Oct. 31 at the Commission on Aging. Last year’s successful event resulted in $2,700 being contributed to local community organizations and projects.


Altrusa International of Washington C.H. awarded $500 scholarships at its early-August meeting to two 2015 female graduates of Fayette County’s public high schools. Shown are (from left) Altrusa Treasurer Claudia Coe, Makayla Gilmore from Washington High School, Josie Cruea from Miami Trace High School, and Altrusa President Alice Craig. Makayla leaves shortly for Wright State University; Josie, for The Ohio State University. Altrusans raise funds for scholarships through projects such as the upcoming fifth-annual Loving Spoonsful tasting luncheon, scheduled for Oct. 31 at the Commission on Aging. Last year’s successful event resulted in $2,700 being contributed to local community organizations and projects.

Altrusa International of Washington C.H. awarded $500 scholarships at its early-August meeting to two 2015 female graduates of Fayette County’s public high schools. Shown are (from left) Altrusa Treasurer Claudia Coe, Makayla Gilmore from Washington High School, Josie Cruea from Miami Trace High School, and Altrusa President Alice Craig. Makayla leaves shortly for Wright State University; Josie, for The Ohio State University. Altrusans raise funds for scholarships through projects such as the upcoming fifth-annual Loving Spoonsful tasting luncheon, scheduled for Oct. 31 at the Commission on Aging. Last year’s successful event resulted in $2,700 being contributed to local community organizations and projects.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_Altrusa-Scholarships.jpgAltrusa International of Washington C.H. awarded $500 scholarships at its early-August meeting to two 2015 female graduates of Fayette County’s public high schools. Shown are (from left) Altrusa Treasurer Claudia Coe, Makayla Gilmore from Washington High School, Josie Cruea from Miami Trace High School, and Altrusa President Alice Craig. Makayla leaves shortly for Wright State University; Josie, for The Ohio State University. Altrusans raise funds for scholarships through projects such as the upcoming fifth-annual Loving Spoonsful tasting luncheon, scheduled for Oct. 31 at the Commission on Aging. Last year’s successful event resulted in $2,700 being contributed to local community organizations and projects.
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