Hartmus, Scher, Linker each receive HCCF Scheiber scholarship money

Pictured (from Left) Jessica Hartmus, Graham Scher and Gracey Linker.
Pictured (from Left) Jessica Hartmus, Graham Scher and Gracey Linker. Photos provided.

The Huntington County Community Foundation (HCCF) announces Jessica Hartmus, Graham Scher and Gracey Linker as the 2020 recipients of the Donald E. and Lou Rayne Scheiber Catholic Education scholarships totaling $4,500.

Scher will attend the University of Indianapolis, majoring in electronic media with a career goal of broadcasting.

He is the son of Christi McElhaney and Kevin Scher.
Hartmus will attend Indiana Tech, majoring in mechanical engineering.
She is the daughter of Julie and Kenneth Hartmus of Roanoke.

Linker will attend Ball State University majoring in elementary education.
She is the daughter of Megan and Jace Zahm of Huntington.

Also awarded were Donald E. and Lou Rayne Scheiber Charity Grants to support Huntington Catholic School.

Created in 1997, the Donald E. and Lou Rayne Scheiber Catholic Education and Charity Fund accomplishes dual purposes. First, the fund promotes educational opportunities for Huntington County students who are members of one of three local Catholic Church parishes (St. Joseph in Roanoke and St. Mary and SS. Peter & Paul in Huntington). Second, the fund provides charitable grants to Catholic organizations that promote the accepted teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.

For more news and information regarding this endowment and other endowments held at HCCF, visit www.huntingtonccf.org.