HOUSTON — The Houston Community Association trustees have selected seven Houston High School students to receive a college scholarship.
The students volunteer their time to help the Houston Community Association and its trustees by working at the Shelby County Fair food booth, working at the Friday night pizza nights, helping at the noodle dinner and/or the turkey/ham dinner. The students also helped with the two summer festival food booths that the trustees operate as fundraisers.
Recipients of the scholarships are:
• Emily Cozad, daughter of Phil and Angela Cozad, $500 scholarship with 107 volunteer hours in six years. She will be attending Wright State University.
• Deion Booher, son of Scott and Gay Booher, $500 scholarship with 46 volunteer hours in six years. He will be majoring in computers in college.
• Cody Meyer, son of James and Charlotte Meyer, $500 scholarship with 43 volunteer hours in six years. He will be majoring in pharmacy.
• Josie Davis, daughter of Joe and Lisa Davis, $500 scholarship with 50 volunteer hours in five years. She will be attending Wright State.
• Andrew Sluss, son of Naomi and Dave Sluss, $250 scholarship with 25.5 volunteer hours in six years. He will be attending Bluffton University.
• Derrek Mayse, son of Angela and Dan Mayse, $250 scholarship for 17 volunteer hours in two years. He will be majoring in engineering.
• Nick Shoemaker, son of Cheryl and Dave Shoemaker, $250 scholarship with 10.5 volunteer hours in two years. He will be majoring in engineering.
Any Houston student interested in volunteering with the association or applying for a scholarship should contact a trustee.