Thoughtful, inspirational, and fun! Five area high school seniors demonstrated all these qualities and more in their winning blood drive recruitment campaigns for the annual Community Blood Center/Vectren Lead The Way Creative Scholarship competition.
The 2016 Lead The Way Scholarship winners are: Danielle Swabb from Covington High School, Karson Mahaney from Miami East High School, Maya Wills from Houston High School, Bridget Douglas from Bishop Fenwick High School, and Sarah Henry from Graham High School. Each will receive a $1,000 award from Vectren for college tuition assistance.
Scholarship applicants must be graduating, college-bound seniors from a school that hosts a CBC blood drive. They are challenged to develop an effective blood drive marketing campaign with a clever theme and slogan, and creatively designed marketing materials.
Samples of the scholarship winning artwork will be available at: GivingBlood.org. The Lead The Way Creative Scholarship for High School Seniors is made possible by a $5,000 grant from Vectren. CBC Vectren Lead The Way Scholarship Winners