Local Sandwich Artist™ Awarded Fresh Start Scholarship 

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Store Owners Robyn Sarbacker and Erica Stohr-Feeney are pleased to announce that Scholarship America has awarded scholarships in the amount of $2500 each to Lauren Lamey of Salem, Shannen Griffith of Paddock Lake, and Chelsea Lamp of Powers Lake, under its SUBWAY® Fresh Start Scholarship Program.

Scholarships were awarded to 200 employees of Subway® restaurants in the United States in memory of the chain’s co-founder Fred DeLuca.  DeLuca opened the first Subway restaurant in August 1965 when he was a  17-year-old high school graduate simply looking to help fund his college education. He was given a $1,000 loan from family friend, Dr. Peter Buck, and together they  turned a single Bridgeport, Connecticut sandwich shop into one of the largest brands in the world.

“We are very proud of Lauren Lamey, Shannen Griffith, and Chelsea Lamp for their pursuit of their educational goals.  Lauren Lamey, Shannen Griffith, and Chelsea Lamp have worked hard to provide their guests with a great restaurant experience,” said Erica Stohr-Feeney/Owner. “They are very deserving of this honor and we wish them continued success in college.”

Lauren Lamey is a recent graduate of Westosha Central High School and plans to attend the University of Wisconsin-Parkside in the Fall.  Shannen Griffith is a recent graduate of Westosha Central High School and plans to attend the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities in the Fall.  Chelsea Lamp is also a recent graduate of Westosha Central High School and has decided to serve our country with the United States Navy.

Local Sandwich Artists Awarded Fresh Start Scholarship

Pictured from Left to Right: Lauren Lamey, Chelsea Lamp, and Shannen Griffith

 

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24406 75th St
Paddock Lake, WI

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Twin Lakes, WI





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