Carroll Lutheran Village award student scholarships

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  • Carroll Lutheran Village recently awarded scholarships to student employees. Geary Milliken, president and CEO of Carroll Lutheran Village, back row, left, and BJ Chase, president of the Residents Association Council for Carroll Lutheran Village, back row, right, are shown with award recipients, from left: front row Nicole Reese, Erica Dilley, Samantha Trieschman, Heather Green and Morgan Murphy; and back row Michaelene Price, Amanda Custer and Megan Resch. Not pictured are scholarship recipients Zachary Gress, Dana Mayes and Sarah Smith.
Carroll Lutheran Village recently awarded scholarships to… (Submitted Photo )
August 04, 2012

Eleven student employees at Carroll Lutheran Village have received scholarships for their undergraduate educations by the residents of the village.

The scholarships were presented at a dinner and reception with residents in July.

To qualify, student employees must have worked at least 1,000 hours at Carroll Lutheran Village, located in Westminster, and plan to enroll full-time in college in the fall. Each will receive $500 per semester for up to eight semesters.

The scholarship program is funded by donations from residents of the retirement community to show appreciation for the students' efforts.

The 2012 recipients are Amanda Custer, Erica Dilley, Heather Green, Zachary Gress, Dana Mayes, Morgan Murphy, Nicole Reese, Megan Resch, Michaelene Price and Sarah Smith, all of Westminster; and Samantha Trieschman, of Woodbine.

Now in its 13th year, the program has awarded more than $100,000 in scholarships to 77 students.

Carroll Lutheran Village is home to 700 residents and more than 400 employees.

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