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PJWC awards camp scholarships

The Princeton Junior Woman's Club awarded camp scholarships to (front row, from left) Damarius Porter, Peter Campbell, Walker Menzel and Maggie Davis; and (back row) Cameron Hargis, Christian Smith, Mark Yaklich, Mary Sims and Ann Sims on May 21. Absent from the photo was Abby Davis, Madison Menzel, Anna Grey and Kayla Richardson.
The Princeton Junior Woman's Club awarded camp scholarships to (front row, from left) Damarius Porter, Peter Campbell, Walker Menzel and Maggie Davis; and (back row) Cameron Hargis, Christian Smith, Mark Yaklich, Mary Sims and Ann Sims on May 21. Absent from the photo was Abby Davis, Madison Menzel, Anna Grey and Kayla Richardson.

PRINCETON — On May 21, the Princeton Junior Woman’s Club and its Education Community Service Program presented the 2014 camp scholarships to 13 recipients at the Prouty Building in Princeton. A total of $500 was divided and dispensed out to Bureau County students who applied and were granted scholarships toward their attendance at summer camps.

Recipients include Peter Campbell, Abby Davis, Maggie Davis, Anna Grey, Cameron Hargis, Madison Menzel, Walker Menzel, Damarius Porter, Kayla Richardson, Christian Smith, Mark Yaklich, Ann Sims and Mary Sims.

The Princeton Junior Woman’s Club was established in 1971. Over the past 43 years of serving the Princeton community more than $100,000 has been donated in their community needs donations alone. Their objective is to aid in the charitable work in the community and to motivate and develop interest in all General Federation of Women’s Club Community Service Programs and encourage fun and friendships for all members. PJWC meets the second Thursday of the month. Anyone interested in membership should call Laura Orr, vice president and membership chairman, at 815-481-9363 or contact PJWC at princetonjuniors@hotmail.com for more information.

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