The FNCB Bank Foundation recently awarded $1,000 merit scholarships to three area high school seniors, based on academic excellence, citizenship, community and school involvement. L-R: Gerard Champi, FNCB Bank president and CEO; Isabella Wisenburn, Abington Heights H.S.; Sarah Stettler, Holy Redeemer H.S.; Danielle Lamberti, Lackawanna Trail, H.S.; James Burke, FNCB Bank chief banking officer; and Michael Cummings, FNCB Bank vice president, marketing manager and foundation chairman.
July 26, 2021
FNCB Bank, locally-based since 1910, is pleased to announce the winners of the FNCB Bank Foundation merit scholarship awards for the 2021-2022 academic year. Overall, the foundation awarded $1,000 scholarships to three area high school seniors based on their academic excellence, community and school involvement, and citizenship.
This year’s winners are Isabella Wisenburn of Abington Heights High School, Sarah Stettler of Holy Redeemer High School, and Danielle Lamberti of Lackawanna Trail High School. Ms. Wisenburn will be attending Juniata College (Bilingual Early Education), Ms. Stettler will be attending King’s College (Psychology) and Ms. Lamberti will be attending Misericordia University (Nursing).
“It was no easy task selecting three winners from a large pool of highly qualified applicants,” said Michael Cummings, FNCB Bank vice president, marketing manager and foundation chairman. “We would like to congratulate all our winners and wish them success in their future academic and professional pursuits.”
For more information on the FNCB Bank Foundation Scholarship program, please visit www.fncb.com/scholarship
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