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Students Awarded Scholarship from Ohio Christian University

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CIRCLEVILLE, OH (04/02/2019)– The below local students have been awarded a scholarship from Ohio Christian University.

Keena Blankenship of Ashville (43103) is the recipient of the Linking Legacies Scholarship in the amount of $2500 from Ohio Christian University.

Makayla Harr of Orient (43146) is the recipient of the Graves/Salley Scholarship, Tony and LuAnn Eichstadt Scholarship and Ohio Christian University Scholarship in the amount of $2000 from Ohio Christian University.

Kellen Hedges of Ashville (43103) is the recipient of the Dean and Diana Hickman Scholarship in the amount of $3000 from Ohio Christian University.

Tony Johnson of Circleville (43113) is the recipient of the CCCU Ministerial Scholarship, Mabel McCormick Memorial Scholarship, O.C. Brenneman Scholarship, Crabtree Scholarship in Memory of David M. Crabtree and Shepard Family Scholarship in the amount of $3000 from Ohio Christian University.

Carina Liston of Circleville (43113) is the recipient of the Daft Family Scholarship in the amount of $2000 from Ohio Christian University.

Elisha Martindale of Ashville (43103) is the recipient of the Ruth and Glenn Anderson Scholarship in the amount of $3000 from Ohio Christian University.

These merit- and need-based scholarships are made possible by the generous support of those who partner in stewardship with the university and were awarded to OCU students during the recent Annual Scholarship Banquet.

Ohio Christian University is committed to offering a complete education that develops students intellectually, professionally, and spiritually. OCU offers degree programs for residential undergraduate students, graduate students, and adult and online students.

Additionally, students can participate in OnlinePlus which provides undergraduate classes online with the option of participating in for-credit enrichment experiences on campus or abroad. The Trailblazer Academy allows high school students to complete college classes. All programs are designed to equip students to become leaders in their careers, communities, families, and the world.









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