Kaylee Harrison, Kerri Wagner, and Sierra Williams received 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.
Kaylee Harrison, the daughter of Pioneer Electric Cooperative’s Brad Harrison, won the first-place $2,000 scholarship. She is a senior at West Liberty-Salem High School.
Kerri Wagner, the daughter of Holmes-Wayne Electric Cooperative’s Casey Wagner, won the second-place $1,500 scholarship. She is a senior at West Holmes High School.
Sierra Williams, the daughter of Midwest Electric’s James Williams, won the third-place $1,000 scholarship. She is a senior at Anna High School.