Allegany Central School Alumni Association
2013 Annual Alumni Dinner - Saturday, August 3, 2013 at the Robert H. Livingston Community Center located at 188 West Main St. Allegany
President: James Boser (Class of 1955)
Board Secretary: Cora (Rickard) Martin (Class of 1965)
Corresponding Sect/Treasurer: Carolyn (Gleason) Hemphill (Class of 1971) - (716) 372-0502
Scholarship Chairman: Pat (McDonald) Riehle (Class of 1969) - (716) 372-4590
Historian: Nancy Phearsdorf (Class of 1975)
School Liason Suzan (Giardini) Snyder
Marge (Karl) Geise (Class of 1961) / Joyce (Keim) Jonak(Class of 1959)
John Williams (Class of 1964) / Dominic Papasergi (Class of 1977)
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- 2013 Annual Alumni Dinner - Saturday, August 3, 2013 at the Robert H. Livingston Community Center located at 188 West Main St. Allegany
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Congratulations to the 2013 Scholarship Winners
Kaylee McRae won this yearâ€™s ACS Alumni Scholarship, an annually awarded scholarship in the amount of $1,000 per school year. Kaylee is the daughter of Dennis McRae. Kaylee is planning to attend Gannon University and her major course of study will be a Physician Assistant.
Jefferson Dedrick won this yearâ€™s Miss Dorothy Karl Scholarship, a one-time payment scholarship in the amount of $1,000. Jefferson is the son of John and Tara Dedrick. Jefferson is planning to attend SUNY Fredonia and his major course of study will be Adolescent Education: Social Studies.
Jefferson Dedrick also won this yearâ€™s Clem & Ida Martiny Scholarship, a one-time payment scholarship in the amount of $1,000.
ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE TO SENIORS AT ALLEGANY LIMESTONE CENTRAL SCHOOL
Note: Applications will be available in the spring 2014
ACS ALUMNI CLEM & IDA MARTINY SCHOLARSHIP This $1,000 one year scholarship was established in 2005 to be awarded to a graduate who is planning to attend an accredited college or university, pursuing a course of study in the field of education. The selection is based on academic excellence, extra-curricular activities, and a personal essay. The scholarship was made possible by a bequest of Clem Martiny, in honor of his wife, Ida Mohr Martiny, who was a teacher in the Allegany Central School system for 40 years.
ACS ALUMNI ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP This scholarship was established in 1966 to be given to an Allegany-Limestone senior who plans to attend an accredited college or university. The recipient is selected based on financial need, academic excellence, extra-curricular activities, and a personal essay. The award is $1,000 per year, and is renewable for up to three more years. Only one family member can receive the scholarship.
THE DOROTHY T. KARL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP This $1,000 one year scholarship was established in 2008 by members of the ACS Class of 1961 and the family of Dorothy T. Karl. She was a math teacher in the Allegany Central School district for 37 years. It will be awarded to a senior who will be attending an accredited college or university, pursuing a course of study in the field of education. The recipient will be a good student, one who works hard at both academic and personal pursuits, but doesn't necessarily have to be at the top of his or her class academically. Moreover, this candidate should demonstrate an enduring commitment to qualities associated with exemplary character.
NOTE: Some of the above award amounts may vary. Amounts may be adjusted up or down, depending on the number of successful candidates for the award, the economy, or other financial considerations. Members of the Alumni Board will independently score each application, and then a composite score of the members will determine the successful candidates.
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