LIVE UNITED scholarship recipients

From staff and wire reports
September 13, 2013 at 3:40 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Chandler Duhe, Shelby Berthelot, Karleigh Landry, Kristen Seal.
Chandler Duhe, Shelby Berthelot, Karleigh Landry, Kristen Seal.
United Way of St. Charles awarded LIVE UNITED scholarships to six St. Charles Parish 2013 high school graduates.

The recipients received a one-time award of $750 in recognition of their commitment to community service and the positive impact they have had on the St. Charles Parish community through their leadership and service. The award is intended to help defray educational expenses for attending a post-secondary program of their choice.

"This is the fourth year United Way of St. Charles has offered the LIVE UNITED Scholarship, and it continues to grow. We are so pleased that we received more applicants this year than ever before. United Way of St. Charles is happy to be able to support these students who have made such an effort to give back to their community," Kacy Kernan, UWSC director of community impact, said.

LIVE UNITED scholarships were awarded to students from Destrehan, Hahnville and St. Charles Catholic High Schools. The students who received scholarships from Hahnville High School include Shelby Berthelot, Kristen Seal, Kaylin Parker and Katherine Hymel. Destrehan High School student Chandler Duhe received a LIVE UNITED scholarship, as well as Karleigh Landry of St. Charles Catholic High School.




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