Students Earn PPG Scholarships

Sumir R. Pandit of Hollidaysburg Area Senior High School has won a PPG Industries Foundation Community Merit Scholarship award.

Michael E. Moser of Altoona Area High School has won a PPG Industries Foundation Scholarship award in the employee-child category.

The scholars competed against other area students for the four-year scholarships, each valued at $6,000.

The scholarship recipients were selected by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation, administrators of the PPG program.

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