POMEROY — The Pomeroy Alumni announced six scholarship winners during their banquet May 28.
The former Pomeroy High School became part of the Meigs Local School District in 1969, when several schools in the area were consolidated. The alumni have created a legacy with their scholarship program, allowing them to continue to keep the memory of the school while giving financial assistance to high school graduates of alumni family members.
Two Pomeroy Alumni Association Scholarships in the amount of $1,000 each were awarded to Kari Lorain Arnold, granddaughter of Stacie and Marcia Grueser Arnold and Dimitrious Lamm, great-grandson of the late Donald and Mary Lisle Harden. Both are graduates of Racine Southern High School.
Receiving the Robert and Sheila Strauss Eastman Scholarship in amount of $1,000 to Eastern High School graduate Emily Sinclair, granddaughter of Ruth Ann Kloes Sellers.
Winner of the Dan and Robert Morris Scholarship in the amount of $1,000 was Joseph Weeks, a graduate of Dublin Scioto High School in Dublin, Ohio. Weeks is the grandson of John R. Weeks and Barbara School Weeks.
Olivia Hubbard, of Lancaster, and granddaughter of James Hubbard, was awarded the $1,000 Charles Gibbs Educational Scholarship. She is a graduate of Lancaster High School.
The Pomeroy High School Class of 1958 Scholarships were given by Patricia Douglas Arnold and family, in memory of husband and father Grady Dale Arnold. The recipients were Jacob Thompson, of Lancaster, and grandson of Sondra Drake Stobart. He is a graduate of Fairfield Christian Academy and Kassidy Wright of Oak Hill, granddaughter of Michael Wright and great-granddaughter of Lloyd Wright. She graduated from Oak Hilll High School.
Contact Lorna Hart at 740-992-2155 Ext.2551.