Three students receive OLSA scholarships

Warnement, Moore, Ortiz

Bradlee Warnement, Mia Moore, and McKenzie Ortiz were awarded first, second, and third place, respectively, in the Ohio Line Supervisors Association (OLSA) Scholarship competition.

OLSA is an association of the line supervisors of 25 electric cooperatives in Ohio and West Virginia, affiliated with Ohio’s Electric Cooperatives. A panel of independent judges reviewed the applications and interviewed the finalists before determining the winners.

Warnement, winner of the $2,000 first-place scholarship, is the daughter of Brad and Shelly Warnement. Her father works for North Central Electric Cooperative in Attica as director of engineering and operations. She is a senior at Tiffin Calvert High School.

Moore, winner of the $1,500 second-place scholarship, is the daughter of Stephanie Moore and Henry Moore. Her mother works for Carroll Electric Cooperative in Carrollton as a customer service representative. She is a senior at Carrollton High School.

Ortiz, winner of the $1,000 third-place scholarship, is the daughter of Christopher and Kimberly Ortiz. Her father works for South Central Power Company in Lancaster as a marketing sales representative. She is a senior at William V. Fisher Catholic High School.