Students receive scholarships

First Posted: 5/18/2008

The John Heinz Rehab Auxilliary recently awarded its annual Rose Brader scholarships in the amount of $500 each to six local high school seniors who plan to earn degrees in Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Speech Therapy. Funds for the scholarship are raised by the Auxilliary and the scholarship is named in memory of Rose Brader, who was one of the John Heinz Institute first volunteers and was an oustanding community leader.
Seated from left are: Anthony Calvello of Hazleton, Jaclyn Henry of Beaver Meadows, and Stephen LaPorte of Freeland, all graduates of Hazleton Area High School. Standing from left are: Michelle Galli of Wilkes-Barre, graduate of Coughlin High School; Kyle Everett of Benton, graduate of Northwest High School; and Jessica Szumski of Dupont, graduate of Pittston Area High School.

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