Chesterfield County Fair Association 2015 Scholarship Award Winners
Morgan Andrews is the daughter of Gus and Caroline Andrews. She is a graduate of Maggie L. Walker Governor's School and will be attending the University of Virginia School of Nursing. Morgan's experience volunteering at local hospitals in Chesterfield has inspired her to pursue a degree in nursing, and she aspires to become a nurse practitioner or nurse anesthetist. Passionate about health and physical fitness, she works part time as a fitness instructor at her local gym. Morgan hopes to inspire others to live healthier and happier lives, whether she is working as a fitness class instructor or a compassionate nurse.
Bryce Badura is a graduate of the Math & Science High School at Clover Hill High School and plans to attend the University of Notre Dame as a Hesburgh-Yusko Scholar. Bryce has held numerous leadership positions including vice president of the Student Government Association and president of FBLA, Mu Alpha Theta, Varsity Outreach Club and is chairman of Chesterfield Countyís Youth Services Citizenís Board. Bryce has been a four-time varsity golf and tennis player for Clover Hill High School and is the founder of the Dunkiní Donuts Munchkins 5K Run that has raised $100,000 for the ASK Childhood Cancer Foundation over the past four years.
Morgan Faber is the daughter of C.H. and Donna Faber and a graduate of Thomas Dale High School. She also participated in the Veterinary Science program at the Chesterfield Career and Technical Center. Throughout her four years at Thomas Dale, Morgan was a member of the Varsity and Junior Varsity Cheerleader team, Captain of the Lacrosse team and Equestrian team. She has been an active member of Hunters Gate 4-H Club holding many positions including Club President. Morgan was awarded the "Certificate of Excellence" in Leadership by Virginia Delegate Kirk Cox. She has a passion for mentoring and helping others especially underprivileged children and children battling cancer. Her love for horses has also led her to volunteer countless hours helping in the equine world. She started the community service projects "Pony EXpress" and M.A.D.E. "Making A Difference Every Day." Morgan will be attending Liberty University majoring in nursing.