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Left to right: Seryn Crawford, Nicole Manges, Will McCabe, Dalton Walls, and Kate Young.
DCSF awards five scholarships for 2017-18

GREENVILLE – The Darke County Scholarship Fund has awarded five scholarships for 2017-18. Recipients this year are Seryn Crawford, Nicole Manges, Will McCabe, Dalton Walls, and Kate Young.

Seryn Crawford, a 2016 graduate from Greenville High School, is attending Ball State University for Dietetics. She is a 2016 and 2017 Al and Barbara Greiner scholarship recipient from DCSF. Seryn is the daughter of Merilee and Donald Beisner.

Nicole Manges is a 2014 graduate of Greenville High School. She is pursuing a degree in English Literature and Writing at Huntington University, with a goal of becoming a publications editor. Nicole is the daughter of Brian and Diana Manges. She received the SSSF Senior Scribes scholarship in 2014 and 2015, and the DCSF scholarship in 2016 and 2017.

Will McCabe is a 2014 graduate of Greenville High School. He is pursuing a major in Creative Writing and a double-minor in Communication and Psychology from Ohio Northern University. While he has not yet pinned down a seminary, he will pursue a Master of Divinity immediately after graduating. He received the Al and Barbara Greiner Scholarship in 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017. Will is the son of Mitch & Minetta McCabe.

Dalton Walls is a 2017 graduate of Greenville High School. He will pursue a degree in the field of business at Wilmington University. Dalton is the son of Bruce Walls. Active in both FFA and 4H, Dalton received DCSF’s Bistro Off Broadway Scholarship. This is the fifth year Bistro Off Broadway has sponsored a DCSF scholarship.

Kate Young is a 2017 Union City Homeschool graduate. She will pursue a Telecommunications degree at Ball State University. Kate is the daughter of Dan and Michelle Young. Among Kate’s accomplishments were a Best Picture and Best Screenplay at Indiana’s Phantoscope Film Festival and Student Best of Show for Photography. She received the DCSF 2017 scholarship.

This is the final presentation of scholarships for the Darke County Scholarship Fund. The organization first awarded scholarships as the Senior Scribes Scholarship Fund in 2009. Since then, 50 students have benefitted from 72 scholarship awards totaling nearly $72,000.

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