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Roswell Women's Club Funds Scholarships, Grants

Students, schools and non-profits from throughout North Fulton received funding from the Roswell Women's Club showcase home proceeds.

The funds raised by the Roswell Woman’s Club 16th Annual Showcase Home were awarded over the summer at St. David’s Episcopal Church in Roswell.

More than $92,000 was awarded to the community as college scholarships, teacher grants and grants to non-profit charities, thanks to the money raised through the showcase. Twenty deserving seniors from ten North Fulton high schools received scholarships. Additionally, educational grants to eight schools and two other educational organizations will be utilized to provide various computer technology and mentoring to increase student performance. And, finally, the great work of several North Fulton non-profit organizations was recognized through eighteen grants distributed during the evening.

2012 Award Recipients                       

Educational Scholarships:  Blessed Trinity High School – Bryan Grommersch, Emily Guilbert, Stefan Rizzo, Jeffery Sidlovsky;  Centennial High School – Katherine Williams; The Cottage School – Anthony Detmar; Fellowship Christian School – Alec Myszka, Walker Tuten, Jessica Yardman; Johns Creek High School – Katherine Thirey; Independence High School – Paul Pena; Milton High School – Mackenzie Cooper, John Hirschi, Sara Hojjatie, Maren Smith; Northview High School – Albina Anthony; Roswell High School – Garrett Ellingotn, Pooja Patel, Jennifer Shults; St. Francis High School – Matthew Cassedy.

Educational Grants and Recipients: Abbotts Hill Elementary School – Linda Dickinson; Manning Oaks – Paula Boston;  Mountain Park – Saratan Peters;  Roswell North – Holly  Smith and Sarah Nichols; Crabapple Middle – Jeanetta Lewis; Independence High – Shamila Roy; Northview High. Project Lift - David Bonselaar and Amanda Reed; Star House - Kimberly Walther and Kelly Torrey.  

Community Grants: Chattahoochee Nature Center - Child Development Association - - Friends of Barrington Hall - Friends of Bulloch, Inc. - Foster Care Support Foundation - Georgia Ensemble Theatre -  Groveway Community Group - Homestretch - Just People, Inc. - Lekotek of Georgia, Inc. - North Fulton Communities Charities - Roswell Cultural Arts Center - Roswell Historical Society - Senior Enriched Living - Senior Services North Fulton - Smith Plantation  - The Drake House.

The Roswell Woman’s Club is thanking Mark and Kim Wohlers for providing their home for the tour, as well as the architect, Tim Bryan, Bryan Residential Planning Company; the builder, Steve Laboda, Capstone Building Group, Inc.; the designers, the sponsors, the volunteers and members; and everyone whose committed dedication made this fund raising event a great success for the North Fulton community.

Mike Queener October 26, 2012 at 02:05 AM
There are many new grants for education posted on Grantwatch.com http://www.grantwatch.com/ Nonprofits may be interested in applying for this grant: Grants to Assist Georgia Non-Profits with Revenue and Public Exposure Deadline: Ongoing Non-profit organizations operating is selected areas of Georgia are eligible to apply for funding to benefit their cause through partnerships with a local sports team. LINK: http://www.grantwatch.com/grant/127389/grants+to+assist+georgia+non+profits+++with+revenue+and+public+exposure.html Best of Luck in finding grants, Mike Queener

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