Sons and daughters honored at banquet

Warrick Operations was very well represented in this year’s Alcoa Foundation Sons and Daughters Scholarship program, which recognizes outstanding academic achievement by high school seniors.


A total 180 students from 46 Alcoa locations were selected as winners in 2011, with five scholarships awarded to children of Warrick employees.



The scholarships were based on academic achievement and potential, leadership ability, volunteerism/community service, and character, and the winners were selected by a national panel of university professionals.


Recently, these students and their parents were honored in a banquet and award ceremony at Rolling Hills Country Club.



At the banquet, the students were presented certificates by Rigid Packaging Division Location Manager Ed Hemmersbach and Primary Metals Location Manager Royce Haws, as well as managers from respective areas of the plant.



Since 1953, the Sons and Daughters Scholarship Program has recognized outstanding academic achievement by awarding more than $19 million in scholarships to more than 3,500 students.



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Warrick Sons and Daughters Scholarship winners and their parents were honored at a banquet last week. Shown here are the winners from L to R: Kailey Blazier, Marley Edmonson, Andrew Kuhn, Heather Hollingsworth, and Kyla Fella.