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Congratulations to Ilirjeta Krasniqi winner of the $2,500 2011-2012 Acacia Federal scholarship.

June , 2012

Acacia Federal 2011-2012 Scholarship Winner

 [pictured from left to right: Bruce Landerman (Acacia Federal), Andrew Cohen (Acacia Federal), Ilirjeta Krasniqi (scholarship winner), Shelli Carpenter (The Marshall Academy), and Benjamin Hoopes (Acacia Federal)]

We are proud to recognize this year's recipient of the 2011-2012 Acacia Federal Savings Bank Scholarship, Ilirjeta Krasniqi. Ilirjeta was one of four finalists from The Marshall Academy -- part of George C. Marshall High School -- for the $2,500 scholarship.

This is the fifth consecutive year the bank has awarded a scholarship to a graduating senior of The Marshall Academy. All scholarship candidates were required to submit a resume, a letter of recommendation, and a personal essay on the role community service played in their life during high school. The finalists were then interviewed individually by a scholarship committee consisting of bank employees.

This was not an easy decision for us by any means, only because of the high caliber of students" said Benjamin Hoopes, a member of the scholarship committee. "All the finalists looked exceptional on paper, and they all exceeded our expectations during the face-to-face interviews. Ilirjeta really stood out in our minds, but all the finalists were a credit to Marshall High School and The Marshall Academy.

Ilirjeta will continue her education at the Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA). We wish her the best of luck, and congratulate her on earning the 2011-2012 Acacia Federal Savings Bank scholarship.

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