Girls’s literary membership awards grants | way of life

The Women’s Literary Club awarded three grants, valued at $ 1,000 each, to Bradford Area High School graduates.

Alexandra Asp, daughter of Tom Asp and Julie Henneman, will attend the University of Pittsburgh in Bradford. She wants to study psychology.

While attending high school, Asp was inducted into the National Honor Society in her junior year. You ran fundraising campaigns for the SPCA. She played volleyball every four years in high school and earned three college letters. In her senior year, she was also a team captain.

Asp has volunteered at several events in downtown Bradford including the 2019 Garden Tour and two 2018-19 Summer Music Festivals.

She also helped decorate and participate in the Homecoming Parade in 2018-19.

Asp has a real passion for human behavior and looks forward to starting this new chapter in her life.

Liam Frasier, son of Jennifer Frasier, will attend the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford, where he is studying Social Sciences 7-12.

While in high school, Frasier served on the student council in grades 10 and 11. In 10th grade he was the treasurer. Frasier co-founded the Mini School Club in 2018 and headed the Appeals Committee in 2019-20.

From 2011 to 2019 he was a church altar servant.

Frasier has always been told that teaching requires a very specific personality, and he believes that he could be that person.

Evan Stewart, son of Jamie Stewart and Kristy Nuhfer, will attend the University of Virginia. He wants to study mechanical engineering.

During his high school attendance, Stewart was on the high honor roll from 2017 to date. He advanced to all three federally required keystone exams. He was a 2020 AP Scholar with Honors and was a 2020 QuestBridge National College Match finalist.

Stewart attended the Bradford Marching Owls, brass captain in 2020, pep band and pit orchestra. He is a member of the Key Club in 2019-20 and created the design for the 2020 PADCON t-shirt. He was also a member of the National Honor Society.

Stewart has been very active volunteer in the community. He helped the SPCA, Kiwanis Kapers, BAHS Blood Drive, ELF Fund, Hill Memorial Craft Event and supported the Ecumenical Home at an annual event in 2019.

Stewart hopes to work on mechanical designs in biomedical devices.

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