WJA PRESENTS 12 SCHOLARSHIPS The Women?s Jewelry Association has presented 12 scholarships to help women further their education in the fine jewelry field. The scholarships range from $500 to $2,000 and were awarded on the basis of recommendations, mission statements, and photographic samples of applicants? work. Applicants were required to be enrolled in a jewelry study program and to demonstrate need for financial assistance. Staci Kerman of Clarkston, Mich., Bonita Lynn of Carlsbad, Calif., and Anne Wolf of San Diego received $2,000 scholarships. Mi-Sook Hur of Madison, Wis., Ingrid Psuty of San Diego, and Wendy Thurlow of Philadelphia were given $1,500 scholarships. Jahjehan Bath of Philadelphia, Valerie Marriman of Belchertown, Mass., and Debra Ferguson of Carlisle, Pa., earned $1,000 awards. Awards of $500 went to Elisabeth Soscia of Rochester, N.Y., Michelle Kast of Shelter Is

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