Page 10 - Palm City Spotlight - June '18
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                                                       Scholarship News

Sandhill Cove Foundation                                            employees and represent departments of nursing, food and       information on our scholarship program, call Anne Holmberg
Inc. Distributes $90,000 In                                         beverage and guest services. Eleven are children of employees  at (772) 283-7775.
                                                                    from housekeeping, dietary services and nursing.               	 For information on Sandhill Cove Retirement Living,

Scholarships                                                        	 Sandhill Cove Foundation Inc. has received more than 390 please call (772) 220-1090.
                                                                    donations from residents since its inception in August 2015.

                                                                    The foundation intends to give out scholarships each spring.                            Photos By Jackie Holfelder

By Jackie Holfelder                                                 The foundation is organized and operated exclusively for

	 On May 9, 32 employees and/or their children were charitable educational purposes under the meaning of Section Scholarship News on page 12

presented with scholarships at Sandhill Cove Retirement 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service. For additional

Living which were funded by the Sandhill Cove Foundation,

a tax-exempt public charity, set up by Sandhill Cove residents

that returns 99.8 percent to qualified recipients.

	 Scholarship recipients were Taylor Arendt, Anthony

Armstrong, Orfeo Bacchiocchio, Tariq Bacon, Joshua Bouvier,

Mary Beth Brown, Bonnie Burandt, Kerry Ann Daley, Olivia

Dodge, Shannon Duggan, Cheyenna Duphren, Stacy Duphren,

Kerry Exantus, Terry Exantus, Vinciane Freeman, Kailey

Griffo, Arianna Haughie, Shelby Helms, Logan Hinkley,

Demetrius Johnson, Carly Legere, Julienne Louidor, Elmanny

Mondesir, Sarah Poltroneiri, Alejandro Saez, Karina Teixeira,

Shantrell Thomas, Joronda Thompson, Michelle Truitt, Ryan

Westergren, Kerstian Williams and Austin Woodruff.

	 Committee members who interviewed and helped select

recipients were Curt Coutts (chair), Roger Folts (cochair), Bobbie

Spilman (cochair), Sarah Armellini, Ellyn Capper and Geoffrey Sandhill Cove Foundation Scholarship recipients

Falbey. Mark Perry, executive

director of Florida Oceanographic

Society was guest speaker.

	 Attending the ceremony were

Sandhill Cove Foundation Inc.

Board of Directors, Scholarship

Committee and residents. Guests

included Anne Decker, executive

director of IRSC Foundation;

Elizabeth Gaskin, provost of

IRSC; Emily Mass, director of

IRSC; Carolyn Davi, executive

director of Palm City Chamber Scholarship recipient Julienne Emily Mass, IRSC director and Scholarship recipient Arianna Scholarship recipient Orfeo (Fred)

of Commerce and department Louidor and committee member Carolyn Davi, Palm City Chamber Haughie and committee member Bacchiocchio and Board of Directors

directors of Sandhill Cove.          Ellyn Capper                     of Commerce executive director  Sarah Amellini               member Lilly-Ann Bailey

	 Twenty-one of the scholars

will attend IRSC and 12 will

attend other Florida institutions.

They will be enrolled in degrees

for nursing, criminal justice,

cyber security, accounting,

clinical psychology, information

technology, business

administration, graphic design,

health science, health care, air Guest speaker Mark Perry, executive

conditioning repair, engineering director of Florida Oceanographic,

and pre-med.                         Nancy Perry and Anne Decker, Scholarship recipient Cheyenna S c h o l a r s h i p re c i p i e n t S a r a h S c h o l a r s h i p re c i p i e n t Te r r y

	 Twenty-one recipients are executive director of IRSC Foundation Duphren and committee member Poltroneiri and committee member Exantus and committee member

                                                                      Bobbie Spilman                  Ellyn Capper                 Sarah Armellini

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