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Lindsay will be attending the University of Virginia as part of the class of 2022 and she will be majoring in biology on the pre-med track, focusing on cancer research. In high school, Lindsay was President of National Honor Society, District President of DECA, and was also involved in Student 2 Student as a freshman orientation guide. Additionally, Lindsay was on the swim team all four years.

 

“Because of this scholarship, I can worry less about cost going into college and focus more on working hard to eventually be able to help save lives.”

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Clara Snow

Clara was awarded the Karen Wallace Friedman Memorial Scholarship in the spring of 2017. 

During high school, Clara was a multi-sport athlete. She competed in cross country, winter track, and soccer. She was also a member of the NHS, Student Government, and Octagon Club.

Clara is planning on pursuing a major in Biochemistry at the University of South Carolina - Columbia.

"With the help of the scholarship, I will pursue my intended major and eventually begin to focus on some branch of research in the hopes of helping those in need."

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Sam Larsen

Sam Larsen was the 2016 recipient of the Karen Wallace Friedman Memorial Scholarship.

During his time attending King George High School, Sam was an active young man who has been a member of the soccer, track, cross country, swim, NHS, and DECA organizations. Sam is currently attending Virginia Tech as a Biological Science with a Biomedical option. He's planning on graduating in 2020 with his Bachelor's Degree.


"This scholarship has enabled me to go the extra distance in my career in the hopes of changing somebody's life one day."

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Drew Berry

Drew was 2015's Karen Wallace Friedman Memorial Scholarship recipient.

While attending King George High School, Drew was a member of both the baseball and golf teams. Since graduation in 2015, Drew has gone on to Bridgewater College where he's currently working towards earning his bachelor's degree in Economics with the 2019 graduating class. He's currently staying both academically and physically active as he's a pitcher for the Bridgewater Eagle's baseball team. 

"With the help of the Karen Wallace Friedman Memorial Scholarship, I am able to attend Bridgewater College and work towards my bachelor's degree while playing baseball for the Eagles." 

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Sarah Woodruff

Sarah was the first recipient of the Karen Wallace Friedman Memorial Scholarship that benefited from the camp.

While in high school, Sarah was an active member of the yearbook club, volleyball and swimming teams, as well as the National Honor Society (NHS). She graduated from King George High School in 2014.

Sarah is currently enrolled (and loving it!) at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) where she is majoring in Radiation Science through VCU's accredited Health Science Program. She is also a member of the International Student Volunteers Organization. With the assistance from the Karen Wallace Friedman Scholarship, Sarah has been able to focus more on her schooling.

"I'm very grateful for the opportunities I've had through college and this scholarship only helped with that by letting me worry less about costs!"