Hub City Raven’s Roost Presents #124 Inc. “4th and 29” Scholarship at Banquet

The Hub City Raven’s Roost #124 Inc. awarded Taylor Souders with this year’s “4th and 29″ Scholarship of $1,000 at their annual banquet, which also included guest speaker Morgan Cox, long-snapper for the Baltimore Ravens. This scholarship, held at the Community Foundation, was named after the famous 4th and 29 play against the San Diego Chargers during the Baltimore Ravens 2012 season. This scholarship recognizes one student’s efforts in any arena (personal, academic, musical, sports or arts-related) that has led to a brighter future.

Taylor Souders with checkTaylor Souders, a senior in Visual Arts at Barbara Ingram School for the Arts, will be the first student from Hancock Middle/High School to complete and graduate from the BISFA program. She participates in several extracurricular activities including the Student Government Association, the school yearbook as layout/design editor and serves as a volunteer at Good Shepherd Preschool. Ms. Souders school work includes AP courses as well as ceramics, sculpting, painting and drawing. She will attend Hagerstown Community College in the fall, majoring in psychology and art with long-term plans to receive a master’s degree in art therapy.

The Hub City Raven’s Roost #124 Inc. serves as a local Baltimore Ravens fan club and has raised over $30,000 for charity and scholarship funds in their four years in existence. For more information about the club, please visit their Facebook page at