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Mantua, Turnersville residents awarded scholarships ahead of college careers

Press release from Gloucester County.

Allen Weston, Lilia Madora and Courtney Bomgard from Investors Bank, Freeholder Heather Simmons, Alana Gvozdenovich with her parents Vince and Lisa, and Kylie Howard with her parents Loreto and John and little sister Brianna (Gloucester County/Special to The Sun).

Gloucester County Freeholder Heather Simmons presented $500 scholarship awards from the New Jersey Association of Counties Foundation through Investors Bank Foundation, and certificates of achievement from the Gloucester County Board of Chosen Freeholders at the July 24 meeting to two GCIT graduates who will be studying at state colleges in the fall.

Alana Gvozdenovich of Mantua will be attending Rutgers University-Camden and intends to study nursing.

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Kylie Howard of Turnersville will be attending Rowan University this fall and intends to study chemical engineering.

Freeholder Simmons said, “We are proud of these bright students and the future that are ahead of them and we are grateful to the NJAC Foundation and Investors Bank for making these financial awards available.”


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