Sorority awards 25 scholarships to DODDS students in Germany
HEIDELBERG, Germany — The Germany chapter of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority presented 25 high school seniors with college scholarships recently.
The sorority is a public-service organization made up of female Defense Department civilians, active-duty military members and family members, according to a news release.
Sorority members held activities to raise money for the scholarships, which ranged from $500 to $2,000. About $27,000 in scholarships were given out.
Students who raised the most money for scholarship funds were recognized during the sorority’s Jabberwock Cotillion on May 15. TaNiece Wiggins from Mannheim High School was named Ms. Jabberwock 2005.
The following students were awarded scholarships:
Sara Greenberg, Würzburg American High School
Jennifer Berthiaume, Würzburg
Brittany Robinson, Vilseck High School
Olivia Smith, Ansbach Middle High School
Jeremy Echevarria, Hanau High School
Chavaya Jones, Giessen American Middle and High School
Chassity Pellegrino, Hanau
Ashley Rodgers, H.H. Arnold High School, Wiesbaden
Dominique Brand, Heidelberg High School
Jonathan Griffin, Patch High School, Stuttgart
David Kennedy, Patch
Tatiaunna Maldonado, Patch
Adrian Perry, Heidelberg
Brian Rivers, Patch
Jamila Rowser, Patch
Alicia Smalling, Heidelberg
TaNiece Wiggins, Mannheim American High School
Erica Wright, Heidelberg
Lychelle Ignacio, Baumholder American High School
Madison Leftwich, SHAPE American High School, Belgium
Eric Murray, Ramstein American High School
Mandra Smith, Kaiserslautern American High School
Jose Luise Tovar, Bitburg High School
DeShazo Wilkinson, Ramstein
Kerry Yudiski, David Glasgow Farragut High School, Rota, Spain