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2017 Rising Star Scholarship - Golf Tournament

The Rising Star Scholarship Program is a partnership between Resident Services, Incorporated (RSI) and the Resident Advisory Board (RAB) that provides need and merit-based scholarships to students who have been accepted to accredited higher learning institutions.

Launched in 2009 thanks to a generous contribution from a local construction company, the program is designed to encourage academic excellence and foster leadership potential in young people. The program provides financing to the selected colleges of the scholarship recipients, while also providing post-secondary education, role models and cultural enrichment opportunities. The contributions directly support RSI’s Rising Star Scholarship Endowment Fund, which enables gifted and talented college-bound youth to attain their academic goals. As of 2017, each Rising Star scholar receives a $5,000 scholarship ($1,250 per year for four years). This year the Rising Star Scholarship program has raised $38,000!

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The Rising Star Scholarship Golf Tournament is a charity tournament that fully supports the gifted and talented college bound youth, Rising Stars, who reside in Baltimore City Public Housing. This year’s scholarship was awarded to:

  • Avery Williams is a 2017 graduate of Baltimore Polytechnic Institute. He holds a 3.5 GPA. He will attend the Howard University where he will major in Electrical Engineering.
  • Sheila Shaheed is a 2017 graduate of Western High School. He holds a 4.16 GPA. She will attend the Howard University where she will major in Biology.
  • Tatyana Allen is a 2017 graduate of Cristo Rey High School with a GPA of 3.55. She will attend Stevenson University where she will major in Business Management.
  • George Magege is a 2017 graduate of August Fells Savage Institute of Visual Arts with a GPA of 3.48. He will attend Salisbury University and plans to major in Business Administration and Law.
  • Brionna Lewis is a 2017 graduate of Vivian Thomas Medical Academy High School with a GPA of 3.2. She plans to attend Morgan State University where she will major in Nursing.

This year, first place tournament winners were Chris Watson, Kevin Barber, Mike Brown, and Enos Hill (pictured below).

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To learn more about the scholarship program, please visit www.RisingStarScholars.org.

Thank you to all sponsors, golfers and staff who make the scholarship fund and charity tournament possible. Together, we are making a difference in the lives of Baltimore City’s future leaders!!!

To view more pictures from the tournament, or visit please click here or visit photos.baltimorehousing.org.

THANK YOU SPONSORS!

  • Morgan State University
  • Sun Trust
  • BGE
  • Mahogany, Inc.
  • Adrian L. Merton, Inc.

THANK YOU PATRONS!

  • Martin Resnick, Chairman, Martin’s Caterers
  • Jeffrey Stern, Riverside Advisors, LLC
  • John Cook, Agent, State Farm Insurance

THANK YOU CONTRIBUTORS!

  • Baltimore Orioles
  • Percival Financial
  • Signs By Tomorrow
  • Martin’s Caterers
  • Students 4 Students
  • Royal Farms
  • Royal Farms Arena
  • Pandora (donated a bracelet)
  • Captital Grille (donated a dinner gift certificate)
  • Baltimore Arena
  • The Harbor Bank of Maryland
  • Coppin State University
  • Resident Advisory Board
  • Giant Food
  • Center Stage
  • Hyatt Regency
  • R. Michael Gill
  • Hilton Baltimore Housing Peter Chatilivicks
  • Mary Disharoom
  • Royal Sonesta Hotel
  • Sheriff John Anderson
  • Senator Nathaniel McFadden
  • Mary Catherine E. Pugh
  • Sabatino’s Italian Restaurant
  • Wyman House Tenant Council
  • Renaissance Charitable Foundation
  • Fleming’s Prime Steak House Wine & Bar
  • City Council President Bernard “Jack” Young
  • Norris Ford (donated the “hole in one” car)
  • BlueCross/BlueShield (donated golf tees)

Click below to listen to a recent radio interview at WOLB where the 2017 scholarship recipients were featured.

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