Wolves Club Scholarship Presentations

(L- R standing) Associate Director of BC3 Education Foundation Michelle Jamieson, scholarship recipients Autumn Groves, Tyler Anthony, William Gunn, Nash Ridgley, Tomianne Anderson, scholarship chairperson Matt Walley, Wolves Club president Mike DeOtto, CCBC Executive Director Kolton Codner. (L-R seated) Grace Blake, Taydum Rhodes and Neisa Carsele, not pictured Daija Durbin & Jaylin Tuttle. Dollars for Scholars: Ellwood City Wolves Club awards $14,930.00 in scholarships NORTH SEWICKLEY TWP. Students, family and friends, along with the Ellwood City Wolves Club Den II members, gathered to celebrate the awarding of scholarships at their annual scholarship dinner on May 20 at the Connoquenessing Country Club. The Wolves Club announced that $14,930 in scholarships will be awarded this year to a total of ten Lincoln and Riverside seniors to help fund their college education. Wolves Club president, Mike DeOtto said; “We believe in these exceptional young men and women. We are honored to play a role in supporting them financially as well as emotionally because we have faith in them to succeed in all of their future endeavors.” Lincoln high school senior Neisa Carsele was announced as the $5,000 recipient. She is the daughter of Rocky and Kristen Carsele of Ellwood City. Neisa plans to attend Penn State University and major in Biology. Taydum Rhodes, a Lincoln high school senior, received a $2,500 scholarship. She is the daughter of Rob and Jacque Kyle of New Castle. Taydum plans to attend Lock Haven University  to become a Physician’s Assistant. Three $1,500 Scholarships were awarded to Lincoln seniors, Daija Durbin and Grace Blake and to Riverside senior Tomianne Anderson. Daija is the daughter of Heather Durbin...