Our local students’ achievements and aspirations are inspiring, and Noble REMC is proud to be able to invest in the future of three of them, who, in turn, have dreams of giving back to others.
Congratulations to our three seniors who earned $1,000 scholarships from the co-op for their hard work at their schools and in the community!
Meet the 2022 recipients:
AnnaBella Brown from Canterbury High School will be attending Xavier University to earn a degree in biomedical sciences. This is the first step in her goal to become a pediatric surgeon. Brown is the daughter of Timothy and AnneMarie Brown of LaOtto.
Kane Sibert from East Noble High School will be heading to Trine University to study mechanical engineering, with the goal to provide a good future for himself and his family. Sibert is the son of Steven and Angela Sibert of Kendallville.
Megan Stein from East Noble High School will be attending Ball State University to earn a degree in pre-medicine and biology to one day become a board-certified trauma surgeon. Stein is the daughter of Sara Stein of Kendallville.
To be eligible, the recipients’ parents or guardians must be a member of Noble REMC. Candidates were judged anonymously based on grade point average, a short autobiography and letters of recommendation, as well as their involvement at school and in the community.