Tonoloway Rod and Gun Club’s 2023 scholarship winners for graduating seniors from Hancock Middle Senior High School were Jennifer Barnhart, Joslyn Foltz, and Brianna Buskirk. Each received a $ 500 scholarship to further their education after high school.
Jennifer Barnhart also the John Philip Sousa band award, was the Maryland symphony orchestras student musician of the month March 2022 revived superior ratings at Washington county’s solo and ensemble festival and participated in Shepherd University’s honor bands in 2022 and 2023, participated in Frostburg State University honor band in 2023, received second and third chair in 2022 and 2023 at Washington County’ s All-County band and orchestra for percussion. She will be attending Frostburg State University to Study music industry.
Joslyn “Josie” Foltz is the daughter of Brian and Renai Foltz. Foltz was a member of the volleyball, indoor and outdoor track team all four years at Hancock high school, she was a member of the interact club for six years and club president during her senior year. While in high school she had completed 50+ college credits and over 160 hours of community service. She will be attending Frostburg State University nursing program in the fall and plans to get her master’s degree in nursing to become a nurse practitioner. While attending Frostburg Foltz will be competing with their track and field team.
Brianna Buskirk was a member of the national honor society, national technical honor society, and the Interact club of Hancock Maryland for four years throughout high school. She was a member of the softball and volleyball team for four years. She attended Washington county technical high school’s biomedical sciences program and earned 14 college credits through that program as well as six more through the essence program at Hagerstown Community College. Buskirk was a volunteer at Hancock rescue for a little over two years and obtained an emergency medical technician certification through the Maryland fire and rescue association and was recognized by the Washington county commissioner’s office and was awarded the youth meritorious award. She plans on attending Hagerstown community college for two years majoring in general biology and then transferring to Wilson College to major in pre veterinary medicine and gain her veterinary nursing certification.