ELIZABETH — Eight graduating seniors from Elizabeth High School received a total of $17,000 in scholarships from the Albert and Louise Davis Scholarship Fund of the Rotary Club of Elizabeth during a club meeting held recently at the Renaissance by Marriott Hotel, Elizabeth. The students will pursue a variety of majors including pre-medicine, financial services, law, nursing and aerospace engineering.
Pictured with the students are (left to right) Elizabeth Rotarians: John Jacobson; William Mealia; Kenneth Richus, President of the Davis Scholarship Fund; Kathy Smith, head of the Scholarship Selection Committee, and Steve Hafer, President of the Rotary Club of Elizabeth. The students pictured are: Brian Castillo, attending Rutgers University; Guillermo Corrales, attending Rutgers University; Darlene Curtis, attending Monmouth University; Barbara Martinez, attending Drew University; Angie Ossa, attending Rutgers University; Heidy Rivera, attending Union County College; Pat Sobkowicz, attending Union County College, and Luis Vargas-Mena, attending Rutgers University.
The Albert & Louise Davis Scholarship Fund of the Rotary Club of Elizabeth has provided a total of over $360,000 to 248 deserving graduates of Elizabeth High School since 1986.
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