Press Release Scholarship Winners 2023

For Immediate Release: October 24, 2023
Contact: Jennifer Vincent, President & CEO, Cambridge Area Chamber of Commerce

BREW stands for Boldy Recognizing Exceptional Women and the Cambridge Area Chamber of Commerce
has been recognizing the work of exceptional women of Guernsey County yearly since 2017.
On October 26, 2023, at the annual Witch’s BREW Banquet, 3 women will be awarded for their work in
our community.
Since 2019, CACC has awarded a $500 scholarship to a non-traditional female college student. This year
the Chamber and the BREW committee changed the criteria for applications. This year, thanks to the
BREW scholarship college fund and the generous donation from AMG-Vanadium, the Chamber will
award 4 scholarships to 4 local women that are currently attending college or plan to attend in the fall of
2024. They will be presented with their scholarship award at the BREW Banquet on October 26.
The criteria to be met to qualify, is to live or work in Guernsey County, to have completed high school or
currently enrolled in high school, and to be enrolled or enrolling in the 2023 – 2024 academic year.
Kendyl Cannon is working towards becoming a pediatric dentist and is currently attending Marietta
College. In addition to her studies, she is participating in the McDonough Leadership Program and a
member of the Marietta College Volleyball team. Kendyl is a 2023 graduate of Meadowbrook High
School. Kendyl was fortunate to have the opportunity to job shadow with a local dentist office and she
immediately fell in love with the thought of making such a significant impact in the lives of others by
helping and creating beautiful smiles.
Grace Dyer is currently attending Meadowbrook High School and has plans of attending Ohio University
Zanesville in the fall of 2024 with her focus of study being Early Childhood and Elementary Education.
Grace has danced at Techniques Dance Studio for 15 years and has also been a teacher’s assistant at the
studio. Working with children at dance has helped her make her decisions for her future career and she
hopes to influence students to become successful people and successful leaders.
Karly Launder is currently a senior at Meadowbrook High School with plans to attend Marietta College in
the fall of 2024. Karly has been active in activities in school such as Student Council, National Honor
Society, a member of the Colts volleyball team, the Colts Blood Drive fundraising committee, and 2022-
23 representative for Youth Leadership Guernsey. Karly’s focus of study is Primary Education, her plan is
to be a first-grade teacher at a local school after graduating from college.
Kiersten Kieth-Hill is currently a second-year student at The Ohio State University, majoring in health
Sciences and minoring in Integrative Approaches to Health and Wellness. Her plans are to pursue a
career in Chiropractic Care and will continue her education at Palmer’s College of Chiropractic Care in
Port Orange, Florida. Kiersten is also on the All-Girl Cheerleading Team at OSU, which received 4th place
last year at the NCA Nationals in Daytona. During winter and summer break, Kiersten volunteered her
time at Techniques Studio of Dance teaching tumbling clinics. Kiersten is a 2021 graduate of Cambridge
High School.

The Cambridge Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to present these 4 women with a BREW
Scholarship. We are proud of their passion, focus and drive to accomplish their goals. Congratulations!