Congratulations AMLA Scholarship Recipients!

Each year, the AMLA presents scholarships to individuals who are exemplary students—who do more than make good grades. This year another group is presented below. We wish them luck in their endeavors, and hope to hear of their successes throughout their lives.
AMLA Scholarship Recipient

The recipient of the Anna Mae Mannion Memorial Scholarship is Nathan Dreyer

of AMLA Lodge 4, a graduate of St. Ignatius High School in Cleveland, Ohio. He is attending John Carroll University to study Accounting. Nathan spends a good deal of his time in service to others. He is a member of the Geauga Youth Mission, and traveled on a service mission to PA. He is a member of Folklorna Skupina Kres, a Slovenian Folk Dancing group. He has also helped at the AMLA’s Join Hands Day.

The recipient of the Dr. Rudolph M. Susel Memorial Scholarship is Carolyn Dreyer

of AMLA Lodge 4. Carolyn is a graduate with first honors of Beaumont High School in Cleveland Heights, Ohio. She attends Walsh University in North Canton, Ohio, where she studies Business Administration. She is on the Dean’s List and has received a Servant Leadership Award. She is a member of the Blouin Leaders in Social Justice at the University and completed a service with a local nonprofit for food equality. She is a member of the University Programming Board and International Student Ambassador. She is a member of Folklorna Skupina Kres, a Slovenian Folk Dancing group, and has also helped at the AMLA’s Join Hands Day.

The recipient of the Joseph A. and Albina M. Abram Memorial Scholarship, generously sponsored by the Abram Family, is Benjamin Wozniak

of AMLA Lodge 40. A graduate in the top 10, from Notre Dame Cathedral Latin High School in Chardon, Ohio, Benjamin is studying at the University of Cincinnati to study Aerospace Engineering. He has been on the Dean’s List for five semesters. He is a member of the UC Rocketry Club and is the Rocket Design Team Lead for rocketry competition. He is also the President and Founder of the UC Board Game Club. You may have seen Benjamin at the AMLA Christmas Parties and at the AMLA Fun Day Bowling events in the past.

The recipient of the Frank Lausche Memorial Scholarship, generously sponsored by the Frances and Jane S. Lausche Foundation, is Megan Ellis

of AMLA Lodge 42. Megan is a graduate of Ursuline Academy (Blue Ash, Ohio), University of Dayton, where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science. She is pursuing a Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy at Chatham University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Megan is an Executive Board Member of Alpha Phi Sorority, a Christmas on Campus Committee Member, and a member of Big Brothers and Big Sisters. She has worked as a nanny and a camp counselor.

We thank all who applied for these Scholarships, but did not receive one. There were many great applicants. Please be sure to resubmit this application again in December with your Fall Semester grades to be in the running for a $500 AMLA Post-Secondary Educational Grant. Click Here for more information.


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