Bay Women's Club awards scholarships

Bay Village Women’s Club Foundation 2017 scholarship recipients, from left: (back row) Nicholas Loufman, Sarah Brumagin, Abby Lindway, Alisa Busaladzic, Calvin Mihal; (front row) Emily Taylor, Paige Fisher, Laura Colagiovanni, Maxton Edgerly. Photo by Eileen Cernea

In its 100th anniversary year, the Bay Village Women's Club Foundation has surpassed $500,000 total in scholarships awarded to Bay High School graduating seniors since 1936. There are nine current seniors this year receiving $2,500 each toward tuition at their chosen university in 2017. They are Sarah Brumagin, Alisa Busuladzic, Laura Colagiovanni, Maxton Edgerly, Paige Fisher, Nicholas Loufman, Abby Lindway, Emily Taylor and Calvin Mihal. All are members of the National Honor Society.

Sarah Brumagin will be attending Lipscomb University, majoring in musical theatre. She has been president of Thespians at Bay High School as well as captain of the tennis team. She sings in both Show Choir and A Capella Choir.

Alisa Busuladzic will study business and health sciences at the University of Cincinnati. She is the Key Club vice-president and was chairperson of the American Heart Association Walk.

Laura Colagiovanni will be going to The Ohio State University in the fall to major in public affairs. She is involved in Key Club, A Capella Choir, and the yearbook staff at Bay High School.

Maxton Edgerly will attend college at Cornell University where his academic major will be civil engineering. At Bay High School, Maxton was captain of the football team and a wrestler for four years.

Business will be the major of Paige Fisher at Loyola University. Her athletic activities include soccer, swimming team and the Cleveland Rowing Team. She is an active member of Key Club.

Nick Loufman's academic major is chemistry at The Ohio State University. He is president of Key Club and involved in Thespians, PAL, Choraleers and A Capella Choir.

Psychology will be the field of study for Abby Lindway, who is going to Eastern Michigan University. Abby is a cross country runner and belongs to PAL which engages special education students in activities within school.

Emily Taylor was accepted into George Mason University and her academic major will be Russian studies. She is a member of Thespians, is on the cross country team and is the Key Club webmaster.

The major of Calvin Mihal is pre-med at the University of Kentucky. He does service as a member of Key Club and has run varsity track.

The scholarship recipients will receive Certificates of Merit at the Kiwanis Academic Awards program on May 30 from the Bay Village Women's Club.

Mary Kay McLean

I am a member of the Bay Village Women's Club and publicize our events.

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Volume 9, Issue 10, Posted 9:35 AM, 05.16.2017