Three Gloucester High School seniors were awarded $500 Guinea Heritage Association scholarships, enabled by a generous donation to the scholarship fund for 2020, a release stated.
Established in 1995, the Guinea Heritage Association, Ltd., celebrates the people and traditions of a unique area of Gloucester County, renowned for men and women who work on the water, according to the release. The association focuses on charitable and educational purposes including the preservation of the history and culture of the community of Guinea.
The C.B. Rowe Memorial Scholarship was awarded to Daniel Hook.
Hook played trombone and was low brass captain in the GHS band, a member of the debate and scholastic bowl teams, and the Parliamentarian for and member of the National Honor Society. Hook plans to enroll in Virginia Tech in the fall where he will major in engineering.
The Guinea Heritage Association Scholarship was awarded to Makenna Keyes.
To view the rest of this article, you must log in. If you do not have an account with us, please subscribe here.