New Castle County HS Scholarship Winners

Posted on October 10, 2019 by Bennie Smith Funeral Home under News
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The Bennie Smith Funeral Home, 5 – $1000 High School Scholarship winners from New Castle County have been drawn, verified & notified of winning their scholarship; we are happy to announce those winners. Some photos have been provided by either their parents or high school institutions below. We will be holding a check presentation for each of the winners on Monday, October 28th at 4 pm, at the BSFH Office in Wilmington (located 741 South Broom St.). Winners will additionally be included at their High School Senior Awards celebrations at the end of the year.

A special congratulations to:

Jaylen Knight from Conrad School of Science
Emily Strycharz from Appoquinimik High School
Tai Jones from Cab Calloway School of the Arts
Aryelle Conley from Middletown High School
Jalen Johnston from Early High School at Delaware State University

If you know any of these students and happen to see them, make sure to say a special “Congratulations”. We wish them success in their future endeavors.

Jaylen Knight – Conrad School of Science

 

Emily Strycharz from Appoquinmik High School

 

Jalen Johnston from Early High School at Delaware State University

 

Tai Jones from Cab Calloway School of the Arts

 

Aryelle Conley from Middletown High School

 

From humble beginnings on a farm in Faceville, Georgia, Bennie Smith evolved into a successful and caring businessman setting the standards for funeral homes across this country. Today, Bennie Smith Funeral Home(s) is one the largest African-American-owned Funeral Homes on the East Coast. With 13 locations up and down the Delmarva Peninsula, from Wilmington, Dover, Milford, Seaford, Millsboro, Salisbury, Easton, Princess Anne, Chestertown, the Eastern Shore of Virginia and more. For over 35 years, we've been caring for families like yours.