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Edison Elks Lodge Awards College Scholarships

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EDISON, NJ – The Edison Elks Lodge 2487 recently awarded three college for a $1000 each to three high school graduates and

In order to qualify for the Elks Lodge scholarship through their Charity Fund the applicant must be going to college and related to an Elk member.

The 2015 Scholarship awardees are:

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Jared Canfield a Brick High School graduate and a grandson of an Elk member.

Michael Kovalchik a Highland Park High School graduate and a grandson of an Elk member.

Jessica Schmidt a Bishop Ahr High School graduate and a daughter of an Elk member.

Canfield, Kovalchick and Schmidt all received a $1000 scholarship award from the Edison Elks Lodge and a $300.00 Award from the Elks Ladies Auxiliary.

Schmidt also received the "Elks National Foundation Legacy Award" of $4000.

On hand for presentation of the scholarships were the Elks Lodge Charity Committee members, Helen Holeman and Henry Santos also Elks Exalted Ruler, Doug Pearson. 

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