Clark Scholarship Fund Makes Awards To 5 Students

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CLARK — On May 16, Michael Bolan, Dominick Strumolo, Alex Rodrigues, Megan Heaning and Devin Kanach were awarded scholarships by the Clark Scholarship Fund. The ceremony for the recipients and family members was held at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Clark.

Bolan, the recipient of the James Toal scholarship, will be studying clinical psychology at Caldwell College in Caldwell. Strumolo received the Charles E. Driesens Jr. Scholarship and will major in engineering at Rutgers University in New Brunswick. Rodrigues received a scholarship in the name of Grace Driesens for his study of accounting at the College of New Jersey.

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Heaning, who will major in English at Loyola University of Maryland in Baltimore, was the recipient of the Henry C. Staeger Scholarship. The William Sanguiliano Scholarship was awarded to Kanach, who will be studying physical therapy at the University of Maryland at College Park.

Fund President Fay Fink said, “We were very pleased to be able award scholarships to deserving seniors and thank all those that have contributed to the fund.”

The Fund has provided scholarships to Clark residents since 1952. The college scholarships, open to any Clark resident, are based on financial need while taking into account academic achievement, leadership and community involvement. The fund is administered by volunteers and relies on contributions from the community to fund the scholarships. Donations can be made at the ClarkScholarshipFund.com.

Pictured from left to right are Clark Scholarship Fund award recipients Michael Bolan, Dominick Strumolo, Alex Rodrigues, Megan Heaning and Devin Kanach. (Photo courtesy of the Clark Scholarship Fund)


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