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2020 Scholarship Winners

Community Powered is proud to present our 2020 Scholarship Winners. We wish them and all other graduates in our area a bright future!

2020 Scholaship Winners

Sierra Szaper is a senior graduating from MOT Charter High School as an Engineering major. She’ll continue her education at Delaware Technical Community College as a Nursing major.

Haley Ryan is graduating from Polytech High School located in Woodside, Delaware. She’ll be attending the Universityof Delaware in the fall, majoring in Criminal Justice, with a minor in Child Psychology.

Andrew Winslow is graduating from Alexis I DuPont High School and will be attending the University of Maine this fall studying mechanical engineering.

Fun Summer Home Projects

Summer FunPopsicles, sunshine, flowers. In every way, summer brightens our days and adds a sense of wonder and magic to otherwise ordinary activities. The adventure could start in your own kitchen or backyard with these fun projects!.

Plant your own vegetable garden. If you’ve ever wanted to enhance your green thumb, this is the summer to do it. For sweet rewards, expand your garden to include tasty, edible summer fruits and vegetables.

Build a fire pit for excellent s’mores. If easy nights outside enjoying something sweet are more your style, this could be the summer you upgrade your outdoor space. Adding a fire pit could take less time than you think.

Pitch a tent in the backyard. A world of adventure awaits when you pitch a tent for some at-home camping. Turn an ordinary summer night into an exciting staycation. Sleep under the stars or simply set up an outdoor nook for lazy afternoons.

Pick a color and paint a room. Spruce up the house to spring into summer! A fresh color will liven up any room and breathe new life into four walls, so pick a color, pick a room, and paint. Give your bedroom a makeover with fresh new sheets and towels, and it will feel like you’ve turned your home into a boutique hotel.

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