Two scholarships were awarded by the Milford Valley Quilters' Guild.
Madison Murphy graduated from High Point Regional. She is attending Sussex county Community College majoring in Graphic Design.
Joelisa Rivera graduated from Port Jervis High School. She ia attending SUNY Purchase majoring in fine arts and business.
Wallenpaupack H.S. student Andrew Cerciello receiving his award in the amount of $ 500.00 from Denise Sweeney representing the Milford Valley Quilters Guild on June 17, 2022. The scholarship is awarded to students furthering his/her studies in the Field of Art.
Andrew’s field of interest is Graphic and Fashion Design.
The Milford Valley Quilter’s Guild has awarded two scholarships, $500 each. Scholarships are offered by the Guild to a high school senior accepted by a college to further his/her studies in the field of Art, excluding the Performing Arts. Recipients for 2020 are:
Mary Quinn from Delaware Valley High School
Mary is interested in Fashion Design and has been accepted at Albright College. She has followed a tradition of seamstresses in her family by learning to sew from her Grandmother. She is interested in a career in Fashion Design.
Kaitlyn Villanueva from Port Jervis High School
Kaitlyn has been accepted to Alfred University. She is interested in a Fine Arts/Ceramics Major with a goal of becoming an Art Therapist.
Both students came highly recommended and submitted excellent portfolios.
The Milford Valley Quilters’ Guild has presented a $1,000 scholarship to a student from Wallenpaupack Area High School. The recipient is Madison Guzzo who was chosen for her outstanding artistic talent along with her academic and impressive resume of extra-curricular activities. The Guild proudly presented the scholarship award at their 30th Year Celebration meeting on May 22, 2019.
Pictured at right is the 2010 group raffle quilt with chairperson, Helen Marinaro. The proceeds of the raffle sales were put toward our annual school scholorship.
The Milford Valley Quilters’ Guild presented two $500 scholarships to area seniors on June 13, 2018. This year’s winners based on their artistic talents are Alexis Haurey from High Point High School and Emma Winagle from The Wallenpaupack Area High School.