Mineral County graduates receive Gibbs-Naughton Scholarship from Potomac State
Potomac State College of West Virginia University is pleased to announce that 17 students from Mineral County have been offered the Gibbs-Naughton Families Scholarship which was created through the estate of Anna Mae Gibbs.
Funds from the estate are used for scholarships for Mineral County graduates who maintain a minimum 2.0 grade point average, with preference given to students in health-care related fields of study.
Current recipients (and their majors) of the Gibbs-Naughton Families Scholarship include: From Frankfort High School: Kezia Butcher, electrical engineering; Lake Detrick, general studies; Nickolas Imes, pre-medicine; Elizabeth McCreight, psychology; Brooks Mickey, criminology; Dalton Minnigh, business administration; Breanna Nestor, general studies; Sarah Whiteman, psychology; Nicholas Miller, pre-dentistry; and Joshua Carder, civil engineering.
From Keyser High School: Faith Butts, general studies; Cecelia Napier, pre-physical therapy; Tyler Stephens, general studies; Skylar Spanburgh, psychology; Diana Cayton (who also received the Dependent Employee Scholarship), English; Daniel Lewis, pre-pharmacy; and Logan Stanislawczyk (who also received the Carol and Gary Athey Scholarship), business administration.
For more information about this or other scholarships, contact Enrollment Services at 304-788-6820.
|Kezia Butcher||Lake Detrick||Nickolas Imes||Elizabeth McCreight|
|Dalton Minnigh||Breanna Nestor||Sarah Whiteman||Brooks Mickey|
|Nicholas Miller||Joshua Carder||Faith Butts||Cecelia Napier|
|Tyler Stephens||Skylar Spanburgh||Diana Cayton||Daniel Lewis|