Hagerstown Sunrise Rotary Club Presents Two Scholarships
The Rotary Club of Hagerstown Sunrise Foundation presented its inaugural scholarship to two Hagerstown Community College students: Jake Arnone and Lori Miller. The Sunrise Rotary Club created these scholarships at the Community Foundation for students pursuing a two or four-year degree or certificate program from an accredited educational institution. All students, including those individuals who have pursued a non-traditional education path, were considered and needed to demonstrate a strong commitment to community service, leadership and extracurricular activities.
Jake Arnone graduated from Williamsport High School and currently attends Hagerstown Community College. He participated in Interact Rotary Club, is a member of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church and plays soccer, football, basketball and baseball. Arnone volunteers for many local organizations, including the Washington County Outreach Shelter and the Lions Club. He plans to complete his education at James Madison University and pursue a business degree.
Lori Miller currently attends Hagerstown Community College in the radiography program. She previously worked at Western Maryland Hospital Center for seven years before leaving to become a stay-at-home mom. Miller has volunteered in various capacities at WMHC, HCC and Meritus Medical Center’s pediatric unit. After obtaining her associate’s degree, she will go on to specialize in MRI.