High Foundation recently presented scholarship awards to Conrad Dillman and Emma Westcott of Lancaster and Lindsey Hoelscher of Sinking Spring, Pennsylvania. The students have been awarded $20,000 scholarships, which provide $5,000 per year for four years.
Conrad Dillman – son of Brad Dillman, Vice President of Engineering with High Steel Structures. Conrad graduated from Conestoga Valley High School where he participated in Wrestling and Lacrosse all four years, serving as Captain of the Wrestling team his Senior year. He was a member of Student Council all four years, serving as Treasurer his Senior year, and participated in his church youth group. Conrad tutored an English as a Second Language class in 9th grade. Conrad plans to pursue a degree in Political Science from McDaniel College.
Lindsey Hoelscher – daughter of Bob Hoelscher, Accounting Manager with High Real Estate Group. Lindsey graduated from Wilson High School where she participated in Dance all four years and Link Crew as a Junior and Senior. Lindsey’s community service activities included the Select Committee for Mini-Thon all four years, and co-advisor of IM-Able in 9th, 10th, and 11th grades. Lindsey plans to pursue a degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from James Madison University.
Emma Westcott – daughter of Eric Westcott, Manager of Business Intelligence with High Company LLC. Emma graduated from Lampeter Strasburg High School where she participated in Dance and Student Council all four years, serving as Student Council Treasurer as a Senior. She participated in Spanish Club her Junior and Senior years, serving as Co-President of the Club her Senior year, and was a member of National Honor Society as a Junior and Senior. Emma’s community service activities include chairing the L-S Thanksgiving Food Drive, serving as Ministry Assistant at her church, volunteering at the West Lampeter Community Fair, and Powderpuff concessions and tailgating. Emma plans to pursue a degree in English from Rollins College.
High Foundation is a non-profit organization that was established in 1980 by members of the High Family. The Foundation’s overall mission is to give back to the community by providing support to non-profit organizations in communities in which the High® companies do business, and assist High co-workers in meeting the costs of college education for their children through the High Foundation Scholarship Program.
L-R: Conrad Dillman, Lindsey Hoelscher, Emma Westcott