Two Neshaminy High School seniors, from Feasterville and Langhorne, have been awarded $1,000 college scholarships from the Feasterville Business Association, it was announced by Ron Hyman, FBA president and Linda Pupkiewicz, scholarship committee chairperson.
The two students, Kylie Marozsan, of Langhorne, and Bridget Handley, of Feasterville, were singled out for special attention at an FBA picnic event held recently at the historic 110-acre Playwicki Farm, located at 2350 Bridgetown Pike in Feasterville. The awards are based on academic performance, extracurricular and community activities.
Bridget will be off to Penn State University in the fall to major in architecture, a five-year program, while Kylie will study marine biology and environmental engineering at the University of Miami.
Bridget ranked 43rd out of 618 members of her class, was a member of the National Honors Society, and was on the Distinguished Honor Role throughout high school. She additionally was captain of the school’s cheerleaders and likes to draw and paint. She is the daughter of Anne Marie and Timothy Handley. Kylie ranked 41st in her class and was a member of the National Honors Society and Student Council. She also was a member of the Interact Service Organization, girl’s tennis team and acted and sang in numerous drama and musical productions. She is the daughter of Stacy and Keith Marozsan.
PHOTO CAP: Pictured at the presentation (from left) are Ron Hyman, president of the FBA, Kylie Marozsan, Linda Pupkiewicz, FBA scholarship committee chairperson, Bridget Handley, and Mike Lesher, vice president of the FBA and scholarship committee member.