The Board of Trustees at the Ohio District 5 Area Agency on Aging, Inc. has announced the successful candidates for the 2023 Scholarship Program. The scholarships have been funded through the generous contributions made at the Agency’s Annual Meeting.
Included among those selected is a student from Richland County.
Ella Frazier, hailing from Morrow County, is working towards her bachelor’s degree in Dietetics at Bowling Green State University. Her ambition is to enhance the lives of older adults and individuals with disabilities by providing them with nutritional knowledge and support in aging. Ms. Frazier is the recipient of a $2,000 scholarship award.
Richland County’s own Paige Danuloff is pursuing a study field centered on advocating for and providing healthcare to older adults. Ms. Danuloff, who is currently studying at Ohio University, is the recipient of a $1,000 scholarship award.
Tana Williams, a resident of Marion County, is enrolled in the Phlebotomy program at Marion Technical College. She aspires to earn a degree in Medical Laboratory Technology. Ms. Williams has also been granted a $1,000 scholarship award.
The Area Agency on Aging Board of Trustees has chosen to allot a total of $4,000 in scholarship awards this year, supporting those who are set to make significant contributions to the field of aging.
The Ohio District 5 Area Agency on Aging, Inc., stationed at 2131 Park Avenue West in Ontario, is committed to providing leadership, fostering collaboration, and offering services to older adults, people with disabilities, their caregivers, and resource networks. Their aim is to support individual choice, independence, and dignity.
Source: Area Agency on Aging