Bay Men’s Club awards four scholarships

The Bay Men’s Club has awarded four $1,500 scholarships to four very deserving Bay High students: Rannie Dong, Elizabeth “Ellie” Faile, Max Langer and Bridget Schwert.

Bay Men’s Club President Chris Edelman, left, and Scholarship Committee Chairperson John Stanton, right, congratulate this year’s scholarship recipients (from left) Ellie Faile, Max Langer, Bridget Schwert and Rannie Dong.

Bay Men’s Club President Chris Edelman, left, and Scholarship Committee Chairperson John Stanton, right, congratulate this year’s scholarship recipients (from left) Ellie Faile, Max Langer, Bridget Schwert and Rannie Dong.

The four and their families were honored recently at the club’s annual pig roast at the Bay Lodge.

Dong, first in her class of 196 students and a National Merit semifinalist, plans to study engineering at Cornell University.

Faile, a four-year honor roll student, plans to study business at Miami University.

Langer, a two-year National Honor Society member and four-year varsity wrestler, plans on studying pre-med at Notre Dame.

Schwert, a National Honor Society member and four-year varsity swimmer, plans to study nursing at Ohio University.

“The accomplishments of these recipients, both academically and in other fields, is quite impressive,” Scholarship Committee Chairperson John Stanton said. “We are happy to provide this seed money for our leaders of tomorrow.”

 

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