Psi Iota Xi Sorority, Phi Chapter, of Huntington, has awarded 11 scholarships totaling $5,700 for the 2013-14 school year.
Three memorial scholarships were awarded.
Lauren Daas received the $250 Anne Pfister Memorial Scholarship.
This scholarship is awarded each year to a woman majoring in business in memory of Pfister's role in the Huntington business community.
Daas, the daughter of Joel and Jane Daas, plans to major in business and marketing at Indiana University.
Abby Armstrong is the recipient of the $1,000 Marjorie B. Bayless Scholarship, which honors the many years Bayless spent as a speech and hearing therapist in the Huntington schools.
Armstrong, the daughter of Matthew and Renee Armstrong, plans to major in speech at Ball State University.
The Mildred Briggs Memorial Scholarship for Education in the amount of $500 has been awarded to Johnathon Rentschler. He is the son of Don and Susan Rentschler and plans to major in education at Evangel University.
Seven general scholarships were also awarded.
Joanna Hersey received a $250 scholarship to study at Huntington University, with a goal of becoming a medical historian.
Her parents are Randall and Debra Hersey.
Allyson Baldridge received a $500 scholarship to study accounting at Indiana Wesleyan University. Her parents are Rocky Baldridge and Shelly Swain.
Zachary Shearer, son of Gregory and Julie Shearer, plans to attend either Indiana-Purdue University, Fort Wayne, or Ivy Tech to study business. He received a $500 scholarship.
Josie Eckert received a $1,000 scholarship to study speech at Indiana University.
Her parents are Joseph and Edette Eckert.
Sara Hoffman received a $400 scholarship to study speech at the University of Saint Francis. She is the daughter of Hal and Julia Hoffman.
Megan Leedy received a $500 scholarship. She is the daughter of Tom and Sue Leedy and plans to study dental hygiene at Vincennes University.
Casey Johnson was awarded $500 to study forestry at Purdue University.
Her parents are Terry and Judy Johnson.
Sarah Johnson, daughter of Michael and Beth Johnson, was awarded a $300 scholarship.
She plans to study nursing at Huntington University.
Phi chapter of Psi Iota Xi Sorority was founded in Huntington in 1920. The chapter places a major philanthropic emphasis on speech and hearing while also promoting music, art and drama programs.
Primary fund-raisers are the Forks of the Wabash Pioneer Festival, which is held each September, and the sale of thousands of cheeseballs each fall.