On June 10, 2015, The Edward Smith Mineola Lions Club presented three scholarship donations at Mineola High School’s Senior Awards Breakfast. The scholarships were in the amounts of $1,500 each and were awarded to James Gerstner, Ana Gomes and Emma McGeown. Each student was chosen because they excelled academically, participated in a variety of extracurricular activities and volunteered in various causes within the community.
James Gerstner, captain of varsity football, wrestling and lacrosse volunteered in a variety of club memberships including Athletes Helping Athletes. James will be attending Stony Brook University in fall 2015 where he will be studying sociology, psychology and criminal justice.
Ana Gomes, President of Environmental Club and Vice President of Student Service Center, dedicated her time to making the community a better place to live. Ana will be attending Mercy College in fall 2015, where she will major in forensics.
Emma McGeown served as Vice President of National Honor Society, costume director for the drama club and volunteered her time to Athletes Helping Athletes. Emma will be attending Siena College in fall 2015 where she will major in marketing.
Back Row, Mineola Lions Club Members (Left to Right): Mike Schwagerl, Pat Smith, Thomas Jacoberger, Matt Schwagerl, Rich Nicolello, Bill Greene and Joseph R. Bosnack