JCL installs president for second term
Susan M. Moorer was installed as the Junior Civic League of Youngstown president for a second two-year term during the league’s annual scholarship luncheon on June 22 at Antone’s Banquet Center, 8578 Market St.
Also assuming duties as officers were Doris Bullock, vice president; Sylvia Rupert, treasurer; Pamela Murrell, financial secretary; Jerrine King, recording secretary; Jenita Howell, corresponding secretary; Deborah Ferguson, chaplain; Elsina Winston, historian; Molly Seals, parliamentarian; and Cynthia L. Little, reporter. Geneva Mason, founding member, presided over the installation observance.
Since it began, the JCL has awarded more than $524,800 in scholarships to high school students in the Mahoning Valley.
Recipients are selected for academic achievement, financial need, community involvement, personal qualities and strengths.
This year, Cinderella Ball scholarships were awarded to Stacie Durden, Miss Cinderella, $2,500; Naudia Spivey, first attendant, $1,800; and Brianna Diaz, second attendant, $1,500.
Six others also were awarded $1,500 scholarships for the 2014-2015 academic year. They are Sarina Chatman, Choffin; Maysia Finkley, Youngstown Christian; Christina Gabriel, Hubbard; Paige McClendon, Austintown Fitch; Janey Robinson, Chaney; and Sabrina Sims, Liberty.
For information about the JCL visit its website at www.juniorcivicleague.org.