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Pi Chi Omega Announces Scholarship Winners for 2010-2011 Academic Year.

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Four Scholarships of $2,000 each will be awarded to four students from different institutions of higher learning.

| May 27, 2010

WILMINGTON, Del. - The Pi Chi Omega Scholarship Committee has made its choices for the 2010/11 academic year. Four Scholarships of  $2,000 each will be awarded by June 30, 2010 to the following students:

Hamilton Allen, Virginia Tech University
Justine George, Penn State University
Mark Goodman, University of Kentucky
Stephanie Larrick, University of Florida

In the 34 years that the fraternity has made these scholarships available, well in excess of $100,000 has gone to 103 students from 32 different institutions of higher learning.

For more information, contact:   
Vern E. Toblan, Executive Director
Pi Chi Omega     
P.O. Box 8149     
Wilmington, DE 19803     
Phone: 302-376-6714; Fax 302-376-5551    
E-mail:
verntoblan@verizon.net

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