Reno picked for COAD scholarship


Emma Reno, left, was selected as the recipient for the 2016 David V. Stivison Scholarship offered by the Corporation for Ohio Appalachian Development (COAD), is a private, non-profit, community-based organization serving rural, mostly Appalachian, counties in eastern and southern Ohio. It is comprised of 17 Community Action agencies that serve a 30-county area. COAD has three major program divisions: Community Development, Early Care and Education, and Senior Programs. COAD offers scholarship assistance and leadership development opportunities. The Highland County Community Action Organization, Inc. (HCCAO) has partnered with COAD by matching the amount of the scholarship. The HCCAO Scholarship Committee selected one recipient out of the eight scholarship applications received. Reno is a Hillsboro High School senior and is planning to attend Thomas More College and major in international business and marketing. She is pictured with Ruth Cutright of HCCAO.


Emma Reno, left, was selected as the recipient for the 2016 David V. Stivison Scholarship offered by the Corporation for Ohio Appalachian Development (COAD), is a private, non-profit, community-based organization serving rural, mostly Appalachian, counties in eastern and southern Ohio. It is comprised of 17 Community Action agencies that serve a 30-county area. COAD has three major program divisions: Community Development, Early Care and Education, and Senior Programs. COAD offers scholarship assistance and leadership development opportunities. The Highland County Community Action Organization, Inc. (HCCAO) has partnered with COAD by matching the amount of the scholarship. The HCCAO Scholarship Committee selected one recipient out of the eight scholarship applications received. Reno is a Hillsboro High School senior and is planning to attend Thomas More College and major in international business and marketing. She is pictured with Ruth Cutright of HCCAO.

Emma Reno, left, was selected as the recipient for the 2016 David V. Stivison Scholarship offered by the Corporation for Ohio Appalachian Development (COAD), is a private, non-profit, community-based organization serving rural, mostly Appalachian, counties in eastern and southern Ohio. It is comprised of 17 Community Action agencies that serve a 30-county area. COAD has three major program divisions: Community Development, Early Care and Education, and Senior Programs. COAD offers scholarship assistance and leadership development opportunities. The Highland County Community Action Organization, Inc. (HCCAO) has partnered with COAD by matching the amount of the scholarship. The HCCAO Scholarship Committee selected one recipient out of the eight scholarship applications received. Reno is a Hillsboro High School senior and is planning to attend Thomas More College and major in international business and marketing. She is pictured with Ruth Cutright of HCCAO.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Renop-pic.jpgEmma Reno, left, was selected as the recipient for the 2016 David V. Stivison Scholarship offered by the Corporation for Ohio Appalachian Development (COAD), is a private, non-profit, community-based organization serving rural, mostly Appalachian, counties in eastern and southern Ohio. It is comprised of 17 Community Action agencies that serve a 30-county area. COAD has three major program divisions: Community Development, Early Care and Education, and Senior Programs. COAD offers scholarship assistance and leadership development opportunities. The Highland County Community Action Organization, Inc. (HCCAO) has partnered with COAD by matching the amount of the scholarship. The HCCAO Scholarship Committee selected one recipient out of the eight scholarship applications received. Reno is a Hillsboro High School senior and is planning to attend Thomas More College and major in international business and marketing. She is pictured with Ruth Cutright of HCCAO.
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