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Established in 1995, the Neducsin, Spirit of Manayunk scholarship award founders presented a partial scholarship of $20,000 each to four high school seniors.
The evening was hosted by Dan and Luana Neducsin of Neducsin Properties, Inc., a real estate development company on Wednesday evening, June 26 at Bisou Bistro, Main Street, Manayunk . The students and their families, North Light Community Center director, Irene Madrak, Board President, Janet Fetkewicz, selection committee member, Gina Gondos, and Deran Neducsin, City Year attended and spoke during this evening event.
"Our investment in these young, students gives us great satisfaction on all levels. We can directly assist families of this vibrant community, and remain steadfast and watchful as they complete their education. They have outstanding academic records and are deeply committed to community involvement that follows them throughout their future. It is a great honor for us to be part of this growth process especially in today’s highly competitive world," said Mrs. Neducsin.
A criteria met by the students require active community service, academic achievement, financial need and extra- curricular activities, and all must reside in area zip code 19127 or 19128. Students must maintain the criteria throughout their college career.
New applications will be available in local high school guidance offices this fall.
In addition, a check in the amount of $10,000 was presented to Irene Madrak, Director of North Light Community Center, a multi-service community based, non-profit organization for the community.
Contact: Luana Neducsin 215 487-2700
Forefront in photo: Carissa Manley, JW Hallahan will attend LaSalle University, Biochemistry major; Fiona Galzarano, JR Masterman High School, will attend Temple University, mathematics: and Erin Snyder, Merion Mercy Academy will attend Goucher College, environmental science major. Not shown: Genevieve Glatsky, JR Masterman High School will attend University of Pennsylvania, international relations major.