CLEARFIELD – Greg Dixon, market executive of CNB Bank, has announced the award of CNB Bank scholarships to 11 high school students, including four from Clearfield County.
Scholarship award recipients include:
- Amanda Campbell, who is a senior at the Harmony Junior-Senior High School. She is a member of the National Honor Society, student council, teen court, yearbook committee, Remember Adam, and she served as bookkeeper for the varsity boys and girls’ basketball teams. She plans to attend LaRoche College where she will major in interior design and minor in business.
- Abrielle Clark, who is a senior at the Curwensville Area High School. She serves as president of the senior class and cheerleading captain, and is a member of the National Honor Society, Spanish club, literature club, student council and teen court. She also participated in high school musicals. She plans to attend Penn State University, University Park campus, where she will major in communications and public relations.
- Bailey Flanagan, who is a senior at the Clearfield Area Junior/Senior High School. She is a member of the National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society, and participated in cheerleading, marching band, orchestra, concert band and the girls’ golf team. She plans to attend Lock Haven University, Clearfield campus, where she will major in business administration and economics.
- Logan Moore, who is a senior at Philipsburg-Osceola High School. He is a member of the National Honor Society, Key Club and Anti-Bullying Program, and he participated on the school’s baseball team and American Legion team. He plans to attend Clarion University where he will major in business administration and minor in accounting.
CNB Bank is committed to the communities and businesses it serves and is a proud supporter of the next generation of leaders.
The bank invited graduating high school seniors to enter an essay contest in which students shared their thoughts on the types of businesses and jobs that will exist in the future.
Winners were awarded scholarships in the amount of $500 to be used for post-secondary education.