The Bridgewater College Alumni Association recognized six students for excellence in the campus community.
The Alumni Legacy Scholarships are presented to rising juniors or seniors whose parent(s) graduated from Bridgewater College. The Scholarships are valued at $2,000 each. Receiving Alumni Legacy Scholarships for 2015-16 are:
Adam Butler, a junior majoring in health and physical education, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Butler of Fishersville, Va.;
Brendan Faw, a junior double majoring in psychology and Spanish, is the son of Eric and Sandy Faw of Richmond, Va.;
Brad Lindsay, a sophomore majoring in biology with a minor in computer information systems, is the son of Mark and Cheryl Lindsay of Grottoes, Va.;
Samantha Myers, a sophomore majoring in athletic training, is the daughter of Bruce and Julie Myers of Morrisville, N.C.; and
Cam Thurston, a sophomore majoring in English with a minor in communication studies, is the son of Robert Thurston and Acquenetta Thurston of College Park, Md.
The Citizenship Award is presented annually to a senior who has demonstrated citizenship and made contributions within the college community.
Daniel Hess, a senior majoring in environmental science, is the recipient of this year’s Citizenship Award. He is the son of David and Carol Hess of Mechanicsville, Va.
He is a member of the Student Alumni Network the outdoor program and Lutheran campus ministry.
Hess, who will graduate on May 16, plans on working in rural or camp ministry.