Two graduates win Rotary scholarships

  • June 12, 2013
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Emily Engle-Young
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Delaney Zaborowski

WAYNESBURG – Rotary Club of Waynesburg awarded $1,000 “Service Above Scholarships” to two recent Greene County high school graduates.

Recipients were Emily Marie Engle-Young, a 2013 graduate of West Greene High School, and Delaney Zaborowski, a 2013 graduate of Jefferson-Morgan.

Young, a daughter of Christopher and Carol Young of Holbrook, plans to attend Robert Morris University to study nursing and to eventually become an anesthetist.

While at West Greene, she was corresponding secretary of the National Honor Society, vice president of the Spanish club, a member of the art club, SADD, senior planning committee, quiz bowl and secretary of the engineering club and the robotics team.

She also was captain of the volleyball and track and field teams.

Young received the Pennsylvania Leaders of Tomorrow Award, Presidential Award for Education Excellence and the Thelma S. Hoge Scholarship.

Zaborowski, a daughter of Susan Haxton and Frank Zaborowski, will attend Washburn University in Topeka, Kan., where she will major in psychology.

At Jefferson-Morgan, she was an active member of National Honor Society, Leo club, Interact club, student council and drama club. She was a member of the Jefferson-Morgan volleyball team and participated in Upward Bound Program through California University of Pennsylvania.

In addition of the Rotary scholarship, Zaborowski was the recipient of a $2,000 Washburn University Scholarship and the $1,500 Dove Scholarship.


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