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2013-14 Archbishop Karl J. Alter Scholarship winners announced

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The Office of African American Catholic Ministries, on behalf of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, has announced the 2013-2014 Archbishop Karl J. Alter Scholarship Grant awards.

In 1964, Archbishop Karl J. Alter established the Archbishop Alter Scholarship — a four-year grant — to promote African American Catholic leadership among high school seniors who sought to pursue higher education.  It is one of the ways the Archdiocese of Cincinnati assists in developing African American leaders who rise from their communities to affect change in our world.  This year’s scholarship recipients have been awarded a four-year grant of $1000.00 per year.

The Archbishop Karl J. Alter Scholarship Recipients for 2013-2014 are:

Miss Nichelle Bailey, the daughter of Charmetra Bailey, will graduate from Purcell Marian High School.  Miss Bailey will be attending the University of Cincinnati and will pursue a degree in Early Childhood Education.   Miss Bailey is a member of the Mother of Christ Church [Cincinnati].

Miss Dominique Charron, the daughter of Monica Charron, will graduate from Mount Notre Dame High School.  Miss Charron will be attending The College of Mount St. Joseph and will pursue a degree in Nursing.  Miss Charron is a member of St. Matthias the Apostle Catholic Church [Cincinnati].

Miss Cydney A. Grayer, the daughter of Ricardo K. Grayer, will graduate from William Mason High School.  Miss Grayer will be attending Bowling Green State University and will pursue a degree in Theater Technology and Design.  Miss Grayer is a member of the Church of the Resurrection [Bond Hill].

Mr. Kenneth James McNeal, the son of Jennifer H. McNeal and Kenneth McNeal, will graduate from La Salle High School.  Mr. McNeal has been accepted at Capital University and will pursue a degree in Nursing or Education.  Mr. McNeal is a member of Saint Clare Parish [College Hill].

Miss Uwarobosa O’Basuyi, the daughter of Mary and Victor O’Basuyi, will graduate from Springboro High school.  Miss O’Basuyi will be attending Bellarmine University and will pursue a degree in Pre-Physical Therapy and Philosophy.  Miss O’Basuyi is a member of St. Benedict the Moor Catholic Church [Dayton].

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