For Immediate Release
June 26, 2012
Marilyn Streicher Memorial Scholarships Awarded
to Four Greece Seniors
Supervisor John T. Auberger, the members of the Greece Town Board and the Greece Youth Board are pleased to announce that the Youth Board has awarded Marilyn Streicher Memorial Scholarships, in the amount of $1,000, to four Town of Greece seniors. This year’s winners are:
David “Britt” Coleman, of Northstar Christian Academy, is a very active member of the school Choir, Band and Drama Programs. Britt plans on becoming a Dance Therapist and will be attending NTID/RIT in the fall.
Miranda DiMaria, of Hilton High School, is in the school band, is a member of SADD, and is on the Varsity Athletes Leadership Council. Miranda plans to pursue a career in the field of Actuarial Science.
Kevin Hauser, of Odyssey Academy, is in the choir, band and drama club, is on the Math Team, and has had perfect attendance all through high school. Kevin plans to pursue a career in the field of Geography.
Jasmine Williams, of Arcadia High School, is a Safe School Ambassador, and is an officer and driving force in the service projects in the school Key Club. Jasmine plans to pursue a career in the health care field.
“Marilyn Streicher was very committed to helping youth in the Town of Greece for many years,” said Auberger. “It is with these memorial scholarships that we remember her dedication to this community.”
Marilyn Streicher served as Secretary for the Town of Greece Department of Human Services and Youth Bureau from 1982 – 1996.
Through the establishment of this memorial the Greece Youth Board will honor youth, who by their civic involvement and volunteerism in the Town of Greece, have demonstrated their willingness to share their time and talents with others.