Staunton Student Receives $1,000 Kroger College ScholarshipPosted: Updated:
Kroger Press Release
The Kroger Foundation has awarded 15 $1,000 college scholarships to children of Kroger associates in the Mid-Atlantic region.
The 15 students are from Kentucky, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia, the area covered by Kroger's Mid-Atlantic region.
The students and the associates and their home towns:
· Ashton Sanabria, son of Michael Bradley, Kingsport, Tennessee;
· Derek Clem, son of Shawn Clem, Clarksburg, West Virginia;
· Seth Clevenger, son of Aaron Clevenger, Buckhannon, West Virginia;
· Ivy Fultz, daughter of Amy Fultz, Staunton, Virginia;
· Jacob Jones, son of Kevin Jones, North Chesterfield, Virginia;
· Matthew Lowther, son of Laura Lowther, Clarksburg, West Virginia
· Shea McCullough, daughter of Mark McCullough, Durham, North Carolina;
· Emily Meadows, daughter of James Meadows, Ronceverte, West Virginia;
· Megnan Molnar, daughter of Bruce Molnar, Roanoke, Virginia;
· Taylor Mullens, son of Eddie Mullens, Fuquay Varina, North Carolina;
· Sierra Hanson, daughter of Steven Norton, Johnson City, Tennessee;
· Lynsy Sprouse, daughter of Dean Sprouse, Richmond, Virginia
· Robert Stanley, son of Wayne Stanley, Parkersburg, West Virginia;
· Kimberly Varner, daughter of William S. Varner, Raleigh, North Carolina;
· Kelsey West, daughter of Clay West, Ashland, Kentucky.
Kroger Scholars is open to children of associates across the Kroger family of stores. Funds can be used at an accredited two- or four-year college, university or vocational program. Kroger Scholars is a program of The Kroger Co. Foundation.
For the 2014-15 school year, 366 students have received Kroger Scholar awards.