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 
Kezia Butcher Lake Detrick Nickolas Imes  Elizabeth McCreight
 Dalton Minnigh  Breanna Nestor  Sarah Whiteman  Brooks Mickey
 Dalton Minnigh  Breanna Nestor  Sarah Whiteman  Brooks Mickey
 Nicholas Miller  Joshua Carder  Faith Butts  Cecelia Napier
 Nicholas Miller  Joshua Carder  Faith Butts  Cecelia Napier
Tyler Stephens Skylar Spanburgh Diana Cayton Daniel Lewis
Tyler Stephens Skylar Spanburgh Diana Cayton  Daniel Lewis
Logan Stanislawczyk      
Logan Stanislawczyk