The Roller Skating Foundation Scholarship Committee received 21 applications for the two scholarships to be awarded in 2019. Each application was carefully reviewed and considered. All of the applicants are amazingly talented and worthy of consideration. The decision making process was not an easy one. Thank you to all who submitted scholarship applications for 2019, we wish you great success in your academic and life pursuits!
Roller Skating Foundation Scholarship Committee
Bill Hoefler, Chairman
Faith Hundley, daughter of RSA member owner/operators Corey and Becky Hundley, of Incredi-Roll Skate & Family Fun Center, in West Allis, Wisconsin, has been awarded a scholarship in the amount of $4000 by the Roller Skating Foundation. Faith is currently a senior at Gulf Coast High School, maintains a 3.98 unweighted GPA, (4.0 scale) and is ranked in the top 9% of her highly competitive senior class, 52nd of 554. Scheduled to graduate May 2019, Faith has an impressive transcript full of honors and AP level courses and has earned numerous awards and recognitions. She is a member of “The Circle of Friends,” a group of students who meet three times a week for lunch, with special needs students at her school. Faith is active in her church community. She has a passion for theater, dance, and singing, and has an extensive performance arts resume’. Faith has been accepted and plans to attend Florida State University where she has decided to pursue double majors, in Musical Theater and Public Relations.
On behalf of the Roller Skating Foundation Scholarship Committee and the entire Foundation Board of Directors, please join me is congratulating Faith Hundley on her accomplishment.
Austin Rawlins, son of RSA member owner/operators Brian and Stephanie Rawlins, of Jasper Skate Palace, in Jasper Indiana, has been awarded a scholarship in the amount of $2000 by the Roller Skating Foundation. Austin is currently a senior at Jasper High School, maintains a 3.87 unweighted GPA, (4.0 scale) and scored an impressive 1410 on the SAT, ranking him in the 97th percentile, nationwide. Scheduled to graduate May 2019, Austin has filled his class schedule with honors and AP level courses, and is on track to graduate with an Indiana Academic Honors Diploma. Austin is an Eagle Scout, an accomplished athlete, and member of his high school marching band. He has demonstrated leadership as Senior Patrol Leader in his Boy Scout Troop, Captain of his Varsity Ice Hockey team, and in running a STEM camp for the Pike County Public Library. Austin enjoys robotics, performing in theater, and Radio/TV, and even hosts his own show on his high school radio station. Austin has applied to attend Purdue University where he plans to pursue a Computer Science Degree.
behalf of the Roller Skating Foundation Scholarship Committee and the entire
Foundation Board of Directors, please join me is congratulating Austin Rawlins
on his accomplishment