Corry Zonta gives financial support
On June 23, the Zonta Club of the Corry Area presented Corry Hi-Ed Director Brody Howard with a $1,000 check for the 21st Century Girls program and a $500 check for an adult scholarship. From left are Zonta President Sandy Zeaman; Howard; Zonta Treasurer Reva Lowry; and members Sandy Crowell and Barb Diehl.
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Corry Zonta supports STEM classes
The Zonta Club of the Corry Area provides financial support to the 21st Century Girls program, a four-day program that puts girls who completed seventh and eighth grades in touch with nontraditional career paths in the field of science, technology, engineer and math (STEM). The program was presented by the Corry Higher Education Council and held from June 21 to June 24 at the Hi-Ed Center. Each year, members of the Zonta Club are invited to have lunch with the girls and staff. Zonta members who attended on June 23 are, in the middle row, Treasurer Reva Lowry, left, and member Sandy Crowell; in the back row, President Sandy Zeaman, far right, and member Barb Diehl. Missing from the photo is Zonta Secretary Maryann Mook.
Zonta Club of Corry Awards Annual Scholarship
The Zonta Club of the Corry Area awarded three high school/college scholarships, which were presented on June 24 during a picnic at the camp of Zonta member Patsy Nichols. From left, scholarship committee member Joan Hannan presents a $500 scholarship to Megan Dennis, who will be a junior at Allegheny College. Megan is the daughter of Tracy Dennis, right, and Will Dennis, not present. Megan has a double major in international studies and business and a minor in Mandarin. She is a 2019 graduate of Corry Area High School. The other two recipients could not attend the picnic.