Another wonderful evening in person and virtually. This year’s Benefit Concert and silent auction was a great success. Thank you to all of our supporters. Our special guest this year was the amazing Isaac Parham and Friends. For those of you that have been with us from the beginning, you know that Isaac started this journey with us to help provide funding for Tyrone’s college education. We were so excited to have him back with us this year. Tyrone joined the band in the second half and ending the concert with “Don’t Stop Believin”. A Special Thank You to Nothing Bundt Cakes, Owings Mills for the delicious Bundtini cakes and to Peace and Blessings Florist for the simply beautiful flower arrangements. With your continued support, we were able to provide scholarships totaling $6,000 to six outstanding scholars. This brings our total to date to $25,500 in scholarships to students of single parent households. We cannot say THANK YOU enough!!
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2023 TAP Foundation Scholars
1.Nicholas Grempler – A 4-year TAP Scholarship Recipient, is going into his senior year as a Sondheim Public Affair Scholar at the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC); a double major Political Science and History with a minor in Spanish and a certificate in intercultural Communications. This summer, Nicholas was chosen to participate in Princeton University’s competitive, fully funded, 7-week Public Policy and International Affairs (PPIA) Junior Summer Institute (JSI) Fellowship Program. Nicholas plans to pursue a master’s degree in Public Affairs and a Ph.D. in International Relations, respectively. 2.Aiden Argueta - graduated from Sparrows Point High School. He is a member of the National Honor Societies for Math and Spanish. Aiden has earned over 40 college credits from the Community College of Baltimore County before he finished high school. He is also very active in the AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) program. Aiden will be attending the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School majoring in Business Economics and Public Policy. 3.Amir Gordon – graduated from Bel Air School. Amir is a member of the National Business and National Spanish Honors Societies. He is also a member of the Future Business Leaders of America. He was on the varsity track and field and involved in LASOS, Inc (Linking All So Others Succeed) that helps the Hispanic/Latino community. Amir will be attending Notre Dame of Maryland University majoring in Biotech Engineering. 4.Tynasia Howard – graduated from the Academy for College & Career Exploration High School as the president of the senior class. She was also on the lacrosse team and the manager for the varsity volleyball team. Tynasia will be attending Morgan State University majoring in Early Education with a minor in Business Administration. 5.Jordan Richburg – graduated from Baltimore City College. Having a special gift of keeping calm in an emergency, Jordan has participated in the firefighter’s camp and is enrolled in an early entry program with a station in Baltimore County. Jordan will be attending Frostburg State University majoring in Nursing. 6.Imani Groce – graduated from Western School of Technology and Environmental Science, as a three-season sports player in volleyball, basketball and tennis. Imani was the Baltimore County Girls Doubles Champion and a finalist in the State’s Tennis Tournament. She was also the Vice President of the Student Government Association. Imani will be attending Hampton University majoring in Sports Management.