CHARLOTTE, NC (May 15, 2014) – DeMayo Law Offices awarded $37,500 to 15 graduating high school seniors that showed dedication in academics, community service and excellence in teaching their peers about the dangers of underage drinking and driving.
The 2015 Michael A. DeMayo Scholarship recipients are:
- Deirdre Austin – Independence High School Charlotte, NC
- Dylan Brooks – Purnell Swett High School Pembroke, NC
- Moriah Cockerham – Jay M. Robinson High School Concord, NC
- Sierra Crumbaugh – Cuthbertson High School Waxhaw, NC
- Natalie Huffman – Marvin Ridge High School Waxhaw, NC
- Kayla Kerns – Lumberton Senior High School Pembroke, NC
- Briana Landis – A.L. Brown High School Kannapolis, NC
- Mia Matthews – Providence High School Charlotte, NC
- Barbara McAnulty – Hickory High School Hickory, NC
- Tin Phan – East Mecklenburg High School Charlotte, NC
- Sydney Shuping – Jimmy C. Draughn High School Morganton, NC
- Lamarcus Smith-Kelley Lake Norman Charter High School, Charlotte
- Megan Wedley Mooresville Senior High School Mooresville, NC
- Kathryn Wright David W. Butler High School Matthews, NC
- Rita Yosief – Independence High School Charlotte, NC
As in previous years, we were honored and overwhelmed by the number of applications that we received. Every application that we received was outstanding and displayed great academics and dedication to presenting the dangers of underage drinking and driving. We could not have this program which was designed to teach the dangers of drinking and driving if we did not have such great participation and interest from students that live in the communities that we serve. We thank everyone that applied and wish everyone future success as they begin their collegiate careers.
Additional information including the recipients’ presentations will be posted on our website at a later date along with a press release. For any questions relating to this year’s scholarship program, please contact our firm via email at info@DeMayoLaw.com
Michael A. DeMayo Scholarship Recipients by Year
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