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Toledo Community Foundation

TCF Announces Jamie Farr Scholarship Recipients

Since its inception, $737,500 has been awarded to 76 students from 48 different high schools

Published on 05/20/2014 by Joanne Olnhausen

TOLEDO, OHIO, May 20, 2014 – The Board of Trustees of Toledo Community Foundation, Inc. recently awarded $48,000.00 in 2014-2015 college scholarships from the Jamie Farr Scholarship Fund of the Toledo Community Foundation. Since its inception in 1994, this scholarship fund has awarded $737,500 to 76 students from 48 different high schools in Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan.

New recipients, who each received $3,000.00 awards, include (institution attending in parenthesis): Ida, MI resident: Jamie Comstock from Ida High School (The University of Toledo); Bowling Green, OH resident: Erin Graves from Bowling Green High School (Miami University); and Toledo residents: Zachary Swan, Waite High School (University of Cincinnati) and Natalie Thomsen, Toledo Early College High School (Xavier University).  

Renewal scholarships were awarded in the amount of $3,000.00 each as follows:  Sabrina Brown, Montpelier, OH (Shawnee State University); Carly Cassady, Toledo (University of Pittsburgh); Jesse Eckert, Findlay, OH (The Ohio State University); Kiara Farrell-Starling, Tipton, MI (Michigan State University); Connor Kenney, Toledo (The Ohio State University); Arika Knannlein, Toledo (Siena Heights University); Beth Ann Less, Holland, OH (University of Michigan); Michaela Marincic, Findlay, OH (St. Olaf College); Samantha Martin, Clinton, MI (Michigan State University); Chase Meyer, Sherwood, OH (Miami University); Abigail Vaculik, Maumee, OH (The Ohio State University); and Nathaniel Wilhelm, Custar, OH (Ohio Northern University).

The Jamie Farr Scholarship Fund was established in 1994 to assist deserving high school seniors from Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan in attending a post-secondary institution of their choice. Once awarded, the scholarship is renewable for up to three additional years of undergraduate study. 

Applications for the Jamie Farr Scholarship are accepted online through the Foundation’s website: www.toledocf.org and information about availability is provided to Guidance Departments of over 120 high schools in Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan, generally after the first of the year. Scholarship awards are announced in May.  For further information about the Foundation’s Scholarship program, visit www.toledocf.org. 

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