OCU Students Awarded Scholarships from Lancaster Men's Chorus

OCU Music Student, Abigail Ailes

The Lancaster Men’s Chorus recently awarded seven scholarships made possible by Ham and Eggs 42.

The winners of the scholarships were required to be music majors in a college or university and residents of Fairfield County. This year’s winners are Abigal Ailes, Alexander Baker, Josh Dufford, Molly Guinan, Hannah Hatch, Timothy Hoagland and Haley Stockwell.

Ailes is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thom Ailes and a 2012 graduate of Fisher Catholic High School. She is attending Ohio Christian University and majoring in music education.

Baker is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Baker and a 2012 graduate of Fairfield Union High School. He is attending Indiana University and majoring in music education in choral music and organ.

Dufford is the son of Shannin Dufford and a 2012 graduate of Pickerington Central High School. He is attending Otterbein University and majoring in music education.

Guinan is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Guinan and a 2011 graduate of Fisher Catholic High School. She is attending the University of Dayton and majoring in music therapy.

Hatch is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hatch and a 2012 graduate of Bloom-Carroll High School. She is attending Wittenberg University and majoring in music education.

Hoagland is the son of Mr. And Mrs. Paul Hoagland and a 2009 graduate of Lancaster High School. He is attending Ohio Christian University and majoring in music education.

Stockwell is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stockwell and a 2012 graduate of Lancaster High School. She is attending Ohio University and majoring in music education.

Scholarship applications for the 2014-15 school year will be available after April 15 and can be obtained by calling Dick Benadum, 740-653-6514, between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

The Lancaster Men’s Chorus welcomes new members. If any man has sung in an organized group in high school or college, contact Mark Severance at 740-467-2071 about joining the chorus. Organizations also may contact Severance if they are looking for a program of choral music.

By a staff reporter for the Lancaster Eagle Gazette.

Originally posted on lancastereaglegazette.com.

OCU music student, Tim Hoagland