Each of the scholarship recipients are entering a field of study that serves, supports or promotes the ground water professions.
William Reichart III, of Hanover, Pa., received $4,000 with the Past President’s Award – the top scholarship presented to the most qualified of the applicants. Reichart is undecided as to what college or university he will attend.
The other recipients:
Norman Harris IV, of Gilford,
N.H., $4,000 for the Ora Lyons
Scholarship named in honor of a former distinguished National Ground Water
Association member; Harris is attending Worchester Polytechnic Institute
Pearson of Lake City, Mich.,
$3,000; Pearson is attending Michigan
Palmieri of Covina, Calif.,
$3,000; Palmieri is attending the University
of Southern California
Cadaret of Trabuco Canyon, Calif.,
$3,000; Cadaret is attending California
Teas of Zanesville, Ohio,
$2,000; Teas is attending Muskingum
- Bryce Kober of Kansas City, Mo., $1,000; Kober is attending the University of Missouri.