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  15 Students Honored With Edward J. DeBartolo Sr. Memorial Scholarships  
  June 25, 2020 Edition  
     The DeBartolo Scholarship Foundation announced 15 recipients of $10,000 college scholarships during a luncheon event held Fri., June 19 at Stambaugh Auditorium in Youngstown.
      The DeBartolo Scholarship Foundation was established 23 years ago by Edward J. DeBartolo and has awarded more than $1.4 million in scholarships during that span.
      This year more than 300 scholarship applications were received by the foundation, which bases the awards on academic achievement, community involvement and financial need.
      The Class of 2020 recipients of the Edward J. DeBartolo Memorial Scholarships include:
       •Brooke Briggs, Beaver Local High School, who plans to attend Wheeling University, to study business marketing;
       •Nicholas Clementi, Warren G. Harding High School, who will attend Kent State University to study communications;
       •Emily Hasson, Beaver Local High School; who will attend the University of Akron to study business and financial planning;
       •Julia Hum, Columbiana High School; who will attend Youngstown State University, to study nursing;
       •Kayla Johnson, Brookfield High School, who will attend the University of Pittsburgh to study neuroscience;
       •Dalton Keeley, Southington Chalker High School, who will attend either YSU or Kent State University to study education;
       •Gavin Leek, West Branch High School, who will attend Kent State University, to study mechatronics;
       •Isabella Minotti, Girard High School, who will attend YSU to study nursing;
       •Gina Mondora, Cardinal Mooney High School;, who will attend YSU to study nursing;
       •Johnathan Morris, Struthers High School, who will attend either Lawrence University or Carnegie Mellon to study linguistics;
       •Sophia Neddy, Canfield High School, who will attend either Ohio State University or the sity of Pittsburgh, to study public health;
       •Samantha Plocher, West Branch High School;, who will attend Mississippi State, to study poultry science/pre-vet medicine;
       •Adeline Schweers, Poland High School, who will attend Cleveland State University to study social work;
       •Alexa Senvisky, Ursuline High School, who will attend either YSU or Kent State to study veterinary science;
       •Elizabeth Vennetti, Cardinal Mooney High School, who will attend either the University of Pittsburgh or The Ohio State University to study pre-medicine.
 
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