The Bowen Center for the Arts has announced its art scholarship winners for 2020.
According to a Bowen press release, the two college-bound graduates selected for the awards are Malorie Cramer and Ethan Holtzclaw.
Malorie Cramer received her $500 scholarship award for visual arts, and according to Dawson County High School art teacher Jennifer Gray, Cramer is a positive, extremely hardworking, creative, talented and intelligent student.
“(Cramer’s) achievements include receiving the Gold Spotlight Award and Art Show awards,” the release said. “Her activities include memberships in the Art Club, Beta Club, singing with the Chamber and assisting with high school art shows.”
Ethan Holtzclaw received his $500 scholarship award for language arts. According to Dawson County High School English teacher Lindsey Luchansky, Holtzclaw is dedicated, hardworking, intelligent, curious and driven to succeed with his talents in writing and acting.
“His activities include long-standing memberships in the Beta Club, Interact Club, chorus, drama and Young Life,” the release said. “He has actively volunteered with Meals by Grace, Rock Creek Trunk-or-Treat, North Georgia Assisted Living, KARE for Kids, Holly Theater and various school events.”
Both graduates were recognized and awarded their scholarship certificates by the Bowen.
“Both Dawson County students were recognized for their great academic record and accomplishments in their goal for higher education,” the release said. “The Bowen directors sincerely congratulate them on their success and hard work, and wish them well on their journeys.