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Caddie Scholarship Award – Timothy Burkly
A caddy at Somerset Hills Country Club for the past four years, Tim is an honor’s graduate from Mt. Olive High School and will attend Colgate in the fall. During high school he was student body president, served as a member of the state student council, ran four years of varsity cross country. He also started a non-profit organization with proceeds going to the disadvantaged. Tim plans on majoring in history while at Colgate.

General Scholarship Award – Wendy Schibener
Wendy attended Morris Hills High School in Rockaway where she was very involved in the theater and music departments. She had leading roles in all the school’s plays and musicals including the role of “Glinda” in the Wizard of Oz. She was captain of the Rockaway Color Guard for two years and traveled to Herzegovina and Bosnia as part of a community service project. She was a member of seven national honor societies, serving as president of three. Wendy will be attending Bucknell University as an English and Theater major. Her future plans including attending law school.

General Scholarship Award – Xin Zhou
Aside from many academic achievements, Ben played varsity tennis for three years at Parsippany High School, served as President of Future Business Leaders of America and Secretary of the National Honors Society. Ben logged in over 80 hours of community service for the Key Club and states his most meaningful activity as his volunteer work at the Care One Senior Center where he logged 150 hours of service. Ben graduated second in his class and will attend Harvard in the fall majoring in finance and economics. He hopes to work with the disadvantaged.

Scholar Athlete Scholarship Award – Kyle Petermann
Kyle will enter his senior year at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. He is in the architecture program and has found interest in construction management/general contracting. Kyle completed a summer internship with Structure Tone where he worked on site with clients, project managers, tradesmen engineers and architects.

Seton Hall Prep Scholarship – Jonathan Amedrano
Entering his junior year at the Prep, school activities have been important part of Jonathan’s life. He has gone on two Habitat for Humanities trips and enjoys being part of the Prep soccer team and volunteering each month at St. John’s Soup Kitchen in Newark. He also participates in the Breakfast and Chess Clubs. Jon maintains a 4.0 GPA and spends much of his time helping to take care of his siblings and working with his dad in his contracting business.

The Harding School Award – Joseph Racanelli
Joey has been a high honor roll student throughout all three years in middle school, a PEER leader in grades 7 and 8 and served as President of the Student Council this past year. He played on the soccer, basketball and lacrosse teams and was a cast member for all three middle school musicals. He also received the Morris County Administrator’s Leadership Award for the 2005-06 school year. Outside of school, Joey assists his church collecting and distributing food for the needy. He will attend Madison High School in the fall.

William J. Schmidt Annual Scholarship Fund at Camp Dudley
For over 120 years, Dudley has remained true to its original mission: to develop boys’ moral, personal and physical skills in the spirit of fellowship and fun. One of the reasons Camp Dudley’s magic has sustained itself since 1885 is because of the timelessness of its motto—“The Other Fellow First”—a motto that resonates through every stages of a man’s life. The William J. Schmidt Annual Scholarship Fund’s goal is to raise money to enable boys and young men to attend Dudley who would not otherwise have the chance.

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