June 13th, 2002
BY PAM FRONKO
The West Virginia University Foundation will dedicate 771 Scholarship Bricks to serve as the foundation of a Scholars Walk at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 15, at the Downtown Library Complex.
With the Scholarship Brick Walkway, the Foundation and West
Virginia University are recognizingthose donors who have invested inthe lives of WVU students. Each brick is engraved with the name of an endowed scholarship created at the University.
Speakers will include WVU President David C. Hardesty Jr.; WVU Foundation President F. Duke Perry; WVU Foundation Vice President D. Lyn Dotson; WVU student and scholarship recipient Mary Ballard; and scholarship donor Raymond Hinerman Sr.
Ballard, of Charleston, is a sophomorein the WVU Honors Program, majoring in biology. A Presidential Scholar, she is the recipient of the George W. Berry Scholarship, WVU Valedictorian Scholarship, WVU National Merit Scholarship and Charleston Area Medical Center Scholarship.
Hinerman, of Weirton, received his J.D. from the WVU College of Law in 1967. In 1993 he established the Raymond A. and Barbara J. Hinerman Law Scholarship Endowment. He is a partner in the
firm of Hinerman & Fahey. The event is open to the public.