ALLENTOWN, Pa. — The Great Allentown Fair Foundation is pleased to announce its scholarship awards to students for their 2021-2022 academic year. The foundation will distribute $5,000 in total to three applicants selected by The Great Allentown Fair Foundation’s Scholarship Committee based upon their pursuits of college-level education. The 2021-2022 scholarships and recipients are:
The Greenawald Memorial Scholarship ($1,000) has been awarded to Trinity Packard, a graduate of Northern Lehigh High School, who will be attending Lehigh Carbon Community College (Schnecksville, PA).
The Leon Peters & Barbara Bigelow Scholarship ($2,500 for two years) has been re-awarded to Carrie Spangler, who is continuing at Penn State University (University Park, PA) to study Agricultural Science.
The Great Allentown Fair Foundation Scholarship ($1,500) has been awarded to Kyle Kemmerer, a graduate of Pen Argyl High School, who will be attending Delaware Valley University (Doylestown, Pennsylvania) to study Agriculture Business.
“We are so proud to support these wonderful recipients in their pursuits of science and agriculture” says Ibolya Balog, The Great Allentown Fair Foundation Scholarship Committee Chair. “We know that this investment in our students will pay dividends to our region – and to the world,” she continues.
The Great Allentown Fair Foundation provides philanthropic opportunities through grants and charitable donations to preserve, enrich, and advance agriculture. Through scholarships, educational programs, incentives and events, the Foundation supports The Great Allentown Fair and programs of the Lehigh County Agricultural Society. For additional information about the Great Allentown Fair Foundation, Inc., please visit: AllentownFairFoundation.org
–Ibolya Balog, Great Allentown Fair