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Scholarship Winners for 2020-21

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Six scholarships were awarded to students connected to members of St. Davidís Society of Utica according to President Linda Walters. She noted that there was an outstanding group of applicants this year. Walters congratulated the winners of the scholarships and noted that the society wishes them the best in their educational endeavors. Walters said that the understanding, promotion and perpetuation of the Welsh-American culture is a primary mission of St. Davidís Society. Awarding scholarships to those who appreciate their Welsh heritage is a means for accomplishing this goal.

Scholarships of $700 went to each of the following individuals:


Kylie L. Cleary is the daughter of Wayne Cleary and Karen Rounds-Cleary of Whitesboro, a granddaughter of Janet Washburn, and a 2020 graduate of Whitesboro Central School. She will be attending Le Moyne College and is enrolled in the Physician Assistant Program.
Joseph A. Falvo, the son of Eugene and Amy Falvo, is a 2019 graduate of Proctor High School in Utica. He will be in his second year at Alfred University with a major in Materials Science and Engineering.
Nia M. Lloyd is the daughter of David Lloyd and Kim Waale of Manlius. A 2018 graduate of Fayetteville-Manlius High School, she will begin her third year at Oberlin College with a major in biology.
Megan K. Stanton of Cicero is the daughter of Kristen and Charles Stanton and the granddaughter of Katherine Lewis of New York Mills. She graduated in 2020 from Cicero-North Syracuse High School. She will begin her first year at Marywood University in Scranton, PA with a major in Communications Sciences and Disorders.
Rachel M. Williams is the daughter of Kenneth and Teresa Williams of Whitesboro and the granddaughter of Stewart and Esther Williams. She is a 2020 graduate of Notre Dame High School and will begin her college career at the State University College at Geneseo with a major in biology and pre-medicine.
David G. Wynne of Holland Patent is the son of Douglas and Jill Wynne. He graduated from Holland Patent Central School in 2020 and will attend Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva. His major will be in chemistry and physics.
 

According to St. Davidís Society Scholarship Chair David Dudgeon, donations to the scholarship fund may be sent to

St. Davidís Society Trust Fund
C/O Treasurer Cindy Gilbert
3 Woodstock Court
New Hartford, NY 13413.


 

 

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