Ernest E. Wooden Fund offers 5 scholarshipsThe Ernest E...


January 14, 1993

Ernest E. Wooden Fund offers 5 scholarships

The Ernest E. Wooden Educational Fund Inc. is accepting applications.

The purpose of the fund is to assist young people in the furtherance of their education who, because of financial limitation, may be unable to achieve their goals.

The award will be based on the applicants' demonstrated ability to achieve.

This year the fund will award five scholarships of up to $1,200 each. Young people in the community of the Farmers & Merchants Bank are eligible for consideration.

To qualify for an award, the program to be pursued must be offered by an organization or institution that has been accredited for that purpose by a state educational authority.

Previous winners are eligible to apply.

Family members of the directors, officers and selection committee members of the fund are also not eligible.

Applications are available at the Farmers & Merchants Bank.

In order to be considered, all applications must be received at the following address by March 19: Ernest E. Wooden Educational Fund Inc., c/o The Farmers & Merchants Bank, 15226 Hanover Pike, Upperco, 21155

Information: 833-6600.

Taneytown bank installs new officers

Taneytown Bank & Trust Company announced the following appointments made by the Board of Directors on Dec. 23:

* P. Ann Martin -- assistant vice president.

* Lawrence R. Hierstetter -- assistant vice president and assistant security officer.

* Christopher D. Holt -- vice president.

The bank also welcomed Justine Carr to head its training department. She previously held a similar position for six years at Key Federal Savings and Loan and four years at Maryland National Bank.

Dawn Wiley has been accepted as branch manager at the Englar Road branch.

She comes from the Harborplace branch of First American Bank, where she had the same position.

Taneytown Bank & Trust operates six full-service branches in Carroll County and one in Howard County.

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