The Friends of St. John’s Chapel, have created a new scholarship in honor of Joyce Cummings Hogan. A brilliant scholar, Dr. Joyce Cummings Hogan grew up on the Eastern Shore with roots in the Bay Hundred Area. Together with her husband, Dr. Robert Hogan, they produced the world’s most valid and predictive personality assessments used the world over.
Sincere Taylor, of McDaniel, MD is the first recipient of the Joyce Hogan Memorial Scholarship, in the amount of $3,000. An outstanding graduate of the St. Michaels High School Class of 2020, she will be attending Stevenson University in the Fall. Her qualifications in and out of the classroom show a spirit of excellence that Dr. Joyce would be proud of. The Trustees of St. John’s Chapel wish her all the best as she pursues her academic career.
Built in 1891 by a group of Trustees in the nearby Villages of Fairbank and Barneck, St. John’s Chapel has roots extending back over 125 years. Friends of St. John’s Chapel, a non-profit organization, was formed to maintain and preserve the historic Chapel, grounds and cemetery. Today, the church is once again active and in addition to non denominational Sunday morning services on the first and third Sundays, hosts a traditional Homecoming, Christmas Eve, and Easter Sunrise service.
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