CUMBERLAND — Bishop Walsh School is instituting a new scholarship through the generosity of Jim and Karen McIntyre.
The Daddy Don Scholarship will provide assistance to a student who would not have the opportunity to attend Bishop Walsh without some form of financial aid. The scholarship is in honor of Jim’s McIntyre’s father, Don McIntyre, who owned and operated McIntyre’s on Cumberland Street.
The selected student must participate in two sports and maintain a 3.0 GPA for the entire year and volunteer to work with the adult developmentally disabled community one day a week during the school year and a one-week camp in the summer. The youth also must participate in a business development internship with S.A.F.E. Management in Baltimore for two weeks during the summer months and be involved in the Holiday Wish program.
The foundation committee will make its selection by July 19.
For more information, contact Connie Milligan, director of admissions and communications, at 301-724-5360, Ext. 105.