Wepawaug-Flagg Federal Credit Union, Hamden, Conn., has awarded four $1,000 scholarships to high school seniors and college students. Recipients were selected based on the merits of student essays, references and community service. This year’s winners included Maritherese Cuticelli, Somer Stahl, Jayna Richardson and DanielO’Brien. Pawtucket Credit Union, R.I., has awarded 10 high school students scholarships. Recipients were honored during PCU’s Annual Scholarship Luncheon. The following have been awarded the 2002 PCU Scholarship: Christen Daigle; Sarah Parmentier; Ian Parkhurst; Tina Arsoniadis; Brande Frails; Timothy Neveu; Brian Thurber; Erica Guckin; Catina Neri; and Kyle Mulcahey. Robins Federal Credit Union, Warner Robins, Ga., has announced the Grand Prize winners of its new Milledgeville branch sweepstakes. Maria E. Gordon was the $1,000 winner and Eunice Bradley was the $500 winner. Bobbi Jeane Dailey was the winner of a 27″ television. A total of three televisions and $1,500 was given away. The new location sweepstakes was open to anyone who lives, works, worships or attends schools in the area and who opened a qualifying account at the Credit Union’s Milledgeville branch from March 6th through May 31st. NASA Federal Credit Union, Bowie, Md., has announced the winners of the 2002 Mitchell-Beall Memorial Scholarships. Award recipients were selected based on their response to an essay titled “My financial future for college and beyond and the role NASA FCU can play.” This year’s winners include: Anastasia Marshak, $5,000; John Comberiate, $3,000; Maurice Lucas, $2,000; Claire O’Leary Arnold, $1,000; George Kotsis, $1,000; Amanda Mattis, $1,000; and Rebecca Thoman, $1,000. First Source Federal Credit Union, New Hartford, N.Y., has awarded over $13,000 to 52 local students through the Excellence in Service Scholarship and honored over 150 local teachers and students, as well as their schools, through the My Favorite Teacher and Best in Class programs. The Excellence in Service Scholarship awarded two graduating seniors in each of the 26 school districts served who demonstrate special talent, leadership or social responsibility, are substantially involved in extra-curricular or community service activities, have an 88% grade point average or higher, and are planning to enroll in a full-time course of study at an accredited college or university.

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