Millcreek Township Attends ECATO Scholarship Presentation
For Immediate Release: June 22, 2023
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, PA - The Erie County Association of Township Officials (ECATO) hosted a breakfast at Wainer Park for its 16th annual scholarship winners.
Congratulations to the scholarship winners, Rachel Maggio from Millcreek Township, Mikayla Niggel from Union Township and Mya Post from North East Township. Scholarship winners are selected based on academic success, need and extracurricular activities. They also submit an essay detailing their future academic career.
“I have had the privilege of serving as the Chairman of the ECATO Scholarship Committee for the past six years. The quality of applications we receive each year is amazing,” said Millcreek Township Supervisor, Jim Bock, “All of the applicants are deserving and it is always a tough decision to pick the three winners. The graduates are truly worthy of the scholarships, and it is encouraging to see the initiative these students show. Their futures are bright, and we wish them all the best in their future endeavors.”
Jim Bock of Millcreek Township chairs the ECATO Scholarship Committee with Robert Soltis from Elk Creek, Mary Jo Campbell from Washington Township and Joy Biebel from Greene Township.
The ECATO Scholarship Committee and representatives from other townships across Erie County were in attendance for the presentation. ECATO invited scholarship recipients to sit in for the ECATO business meeting.
ECATO was founded in 1913. The current president is Jack Lee of Summit Township. Notably, ECATO wrote a letter of support to NOAA to consider Lake Erie a protected National Marine Sanctuary.
More information on ECATO can be obtained from ECATO’s primary media contact, Dean Pepicello of Harborcreek Township at email@example.com. For information on the ECATO Annual Scholarship, please contact Jim Bock of Millcreek Township at firstname.lastname@example.org.