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Weston is a 5th grade student at Lake Forest Central Elementary School in Felton, DE. Weston is a member of the Harrington Sunshine 4-H Club, the Lake Forest Central Elementary Olympics of the Mind Team and the Troop 141 Cub Scouts. His favorite hobbies are playing video games, baking, swimming and photography. Weston received first place in the 2015 Delaware 4-H Equine Art Contest and the 2015 DSEA Read Across America Challenge. He is currently working on a project, Can you See the Road, to make the roads in Kent County safer for drivers and passengers. In addition, Weston volunteers his time organizing book drives, taking part in the Polar Bear Plunge to benefit Special Olympics of Delaware and helping at the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
20th Annual Maryland Awards Ceremony:
2015 Maryland/Delaware Banquet:
What an amazing evening honoring our 2014 Carson Scholars! On Sunday, April 6th, 2014 the Carson Scholars Fund gathered at Martin’s West in Baltimore for the 18th Annual Awards Banquet. Legendary newscaster Sam Donaldson served as Master of Ceremonies. Guests heard inspiring remarks from Kirk Cameron, television and film actor; Aubrey Chernick, philanthropist and technology entrepreneur; and Brooks Robinson, All-Star third baseman for the Baltimore Orioles. Most important, congratulations to all of our new and returning scholars for a job well done! Read more.
2014 Maryland/Delaware Banquet:
Eleven Delaware Carson Scholars were honored at the 18th Annual Maryland Awards Banquet on Sunday, April 6, 2014. This year’s scholars are as remarkable as ever and, as always, we continue to be very proud of all of the incredible work they continue to achieve.
21 Carson Scholars were also recognized for their continued academic achievements.
2013 Maryland/Delaware Banquet: Recognizing Academic Excellence:
Eleven Delaware Carson Scholars were honored at the 17th Annual Maryland Awards Banquet on Sunday, April 7, 2013. This year’s scholars continue to impress us, and we are very proud of the remarkable work they have achieved.
27 Carson Scholars were also recognized for their continued academic achievements.