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BBB Honors Eighteen Students of Integrity
11th Annual Student of Integrity Scholarship Dinner
April 10, 2014

Pictured, left to right: Mattie Green, Samantha Leigh, Ford Carson, Tyler Iannalfo, Olivia Steele, Makenna Jones, Hanson Cook, Anne Johnson, Samuel McGhee, Ann Clare Levy, Sebastian Wellford, Carleigh Studtmann, Christopher Bidlack, Hayley Lawrence, Mark Jackson, Jennifer Horner, Cole Davis. Not pictured: Sara Natour.


Roanoke, VA
(April 10, 2014) - Eighteen Virginia high school students have been awarded $1,000 scholarships for demonstrating ethics demonstrated through leadership, community service, and overall personal integrity. The students were honored by the BBB Serving Western VA at the 11th Annual Student of Integrity Scholarship Awards Dinner held on April 9, 2014 at the Shenandoah Club in Roanoke, VA.

The exceptional students who earned this distinction are:

Christopher Bidlack
Rockbridge County High School

Ford Carson
Patrick Henry High School

Hanson Cook
 Turner Ashby High School

Cole Davis
Grayson County High School

Mattie Green
Franklin County High School

Jennifer Horner
Spotswood High School

Tyler Iannalfo
Glenvar High School

Mark Jackson
Riverheads High School

Anne Johnson
Patrick Henry High School

Makenna Jones
Dan River High School

Hayley Lawrence
Grayson County High School

Samantha Leigh
 Hidden Valley High School

Ann Clare Levy
 Roanoke Catholic School

Samuel McGhee
 Patrick Henry High School

Sara Natour
 E.C. Glass High School

Olivia Steele
 Giles High School

Carleigh Studtmann
 Salem High School

Sebastian Wellford
 Cave Spring High School

“"We are honored to recognize these outstanding young men and women,” said Julie Wheeler, CEO and President of BBB serving Western VA. “We know these students have the character and personal integrity to leave a lasting and positive mark on the world.”

The BBB Student of Integrity Scholarship Awards Program recognizes students that share a common truth: everything that they say and do represents a choice, and their decisions help to determine the shape of their lives. Each year, a total of 149 public and non-public high schools within the BBB 32-county service area are invited to participate. Since the program’s inception in 2003, the BBB has received nearly 1,400 Scholarship Applications from 141 schools, and awarded $102,000 in scholarships to 124 deserving students representing 64 schools.

If you need more information, contact the BBB at (540) 342-3455 or (800) 533-5501. You can also visit www.bbb.org.  Follow us on Twitter at twitter.com/BBBWesternVA and on Facebook at facebook.com/BBBWesternVA.