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updated: 6/11/2013 11:28 AM

10 Students Receive Scholarships from Lisle Area Chamber

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  • LEFT TO RIGHT: Mayor Joseph Broda, Tom Althoff, Lisle Chamber, Joshua Haseltine, Ashleigh Zurek, Autumn Stoddard, Thomas Mandel, Elizabeth Sullivan, Christine Young, Abby Tarasewicz, Hayley Belina, Rachel Birkley, Julie LaFond, St. Joan of Arc, Liz Boone, Benedictine University, Moser College (not pictured--Shelia Connelly).

      LEFT TO RIGHT: Mayor Joseph Broda, Tom Althoff, Lisle Chamber, Joshua Haseltine, Ashleigh Zurek, Autumn Stoddard, Thomas Mandel, Elizabeth Sullivan, Christine Young, Abby Tarasewicz, Hayley Belina, Rachel Birkley, Julie LaFond, St. Joan of Arc, Liz Boone, Benedictine University, Moser College (not pictured--Shelia Connelly).
    Lisle Area Chamber

 
Nadine Filipiak

One by one nine high school seniors stepped forward to talk about their plans for college and their future. They were the stars of the Lisle Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon as each student received their $500 scholarship as parents and Chamber members watched and cheered. The 2013 recipients are: Haley Belina, Rachel Birkley, Sheila Connelly, Joshua Haseltine, Thomas Mandel, Autumn Stoddard, Abby Tarasewicz, Christine Young, and Ashleigh Zurek. Elizabeth Sullivan was the tenth awardee but she was unable to attend the luncheon and received her scholarship later.

"The annual scholarship luncheon is for the students and their parents," said Tom Althoff, CEO/President of the Lisle Area Chamber. "We are happy to receive so many applications each year, although it is challenging for our Scholarship Committee to select the recipients. They are all such bright young people with a great future ahead of them." Molex, Inc. sponsored the students' luncheon.

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