After viewing hundreds of wonderful entries, our outside panel of community judges have picked our 2015 "Word to Be Heard" Scholarship winners. These applicants went above and beyond to create interesting, impactful projects warning their peers against the dangers of drinking and driving and texting while driving.
We received hundreds of entries over the last few weeks, and we'd like to extend sincere thanks to all of those students who put their time and effort into these fantastic presentations. It was very difficult to narrow it down due to all the talented students in our area.
We congratulate each of them on their hard work, creativity, and commitment to safe driving. Click on the winners' names to learn more about each of their projects.
Franklin Regional High School
Forest Hills High School
The "Words to Be Heard" Scholarship Program was open to high school seniors in cities served by the firm, including Pittsburgh, Johnstown, Altoona, Bedford, New Paris, Everett, Loysburg, Saxton, Bellwood, Claysburg, Hollidaysburg, Martinsburg, Tyrone, Williamsburg, Nanty Glo, Patton, Ebensburg, Sidman, Northern Cambria, Cresson, Portage, Wingate, Bellefonte, Spring Mills, State College, Clearfield, Curwensville, DuBois, Flinton, Westover, Houtzdale, Philipsburg, Morrisdale, McConnellsburg, Waterfall, Warfordsburg, Huntingdon, Alexandria, Mount Union, Three Springs, Belleville, Lewistown, Erie, Corry, Fairview, Waterford, Edinboro, Girard, Harborcreek, North East, Albion, and Union City.