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  • LIVINGSTON COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

    ANNOUNCES WINNERS OF $4,000 IN SCHOLARSHIPS

    The Livingston County Education Alliance (LCEA), the foundation arm of the Livingston County Chamber of Commerce, announced this years’ recipients of its annual scholarship program. The Scholarship Committee, comprised of leaders from across the county, worked diligently to select four exemplary students from an incredibly talented and deserving pool of applicants. Our 2020 Livingston County graduate scholarship recipients are:

    LCEA Scholarship winner Shayna Brady

    Shayna Brady

    Geneseo High School

    Going to Genesee Community College for Nursing

    "Growing up and going to school in Livingston county has shaped and molded me into the person I am today. I feel in the future I will be a better nurse because I learned the value of hard work and perseverance in my education and in my home life."

    LCEA Scholarship winner Anna Evans

    Anna Evans

    Livonia High School

    Going to SUNY Fredonia for Music Education

    "I’ve loved growing up in Livingston county and I firmly believe it has helped shape me into the person I am today. Between working in a small business where I was able to get to know the members of my community, attending a school that gave me many opportunities, and making friends from all over the county it really is a special place to live. I know my time at Livonia has prepared me for my future as a music teacher and I know my time as a Livingston County resident has taught me to be a kind and supportive community member. "         

    LCEA Scholarship winner Edban Watt

    Edban Watt

    Caledonia High School

    Going to The University of Rochester for Mechanical Engineering

    "Livingston County has always felt like a safe place. A place where one can comfortably thrive and grow."

    LCEA Scholarship winner Owen Wong

    Owen Wong

    Geneseo High School

    Going to Rochester Institute of Technology for

    Computer Science

    “Growing up in Livingston County, with smaller class sizes, has greatly contributed to the individualized learning process which has helped me excel and get into the college I'm in today. While at one point I yearned for a bigger school, I have come to appreciate what the tightly knit community has done to propel me to my future.”

     

     

    We cordially invite you to join us as a golfer and/or sponsor at the annual Leadership Golf Tournament, scheduled for September 18, 2020 at Lima Golf & Country Club. The proceeds from this tournament benefit this scholarship program and our Education to Employment Initiatives. Your participation ensures the future of this community scholarship program.

    Click here to register!

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