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Three Arthur L. Johnson HS Students Receive “We Care” Scholarships

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L-R Kaitlyn Hogan, Emma Knutson and Dana Evelina
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CLARK, NJ - Three Arthur L. Johnson High School seniors  were given We Care Awards by the Union County School Counselors Association (UCSCA) last Thursday evening.   Dana Evelina, Kaitlyn Hogan and Emma Knutson were recognized for their contributions of time, energy, talent and commitment to various community-focused activities.

According to school officials, the UCSCA each year seeks to honor conscientious and giving students for their outstanding contributions to their school, community, church, or family.  Each of the seniors this year have served others in the work they have performed.

Dana Evelina was awarded a $500 scholarship for her involvement in her church and commitment to the Clark Volunteer Emergency Squad. She will be attending Union County College in September. Emma Knutson, bound for Rutgers University in the fall, was also awarded $500 in recognition of her volunteer tutoring and vocal performances.  Kaitlyn Hogan, a future Monmouth University student, was presented with a $1,000 scholarship in honor of her commitment to raising Breast Cancer awareness.

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