Five Students Awarded Richard Eve Scholarship

June 22, 2015

Five students were recently awarded with the Richard Eve Scholarship for Undergraduate Studies, with the recipients pursuing educations in fields ranging from drama and performance to mechanical engineering.

The total awards are $25,000. The scholarship is administered by the Trustees of St. Paul AME Church, Mrs. Edwena Smith, Chairman of the Scholarship Committee, and Rev. Nicholas G. Tweed, Pastor of St. Paul.


The recipients included Shaundrea Washington for Veterinary nursing & Practice Management [Harper Adams University]; Zoe Simmons for Drama & Performance [Worcester University]; Mikal Simmons for Psychology [Thomas College]; Azari Thomas for Biology [University of Virginia]; and Josh Hardtman for Mechanical Engineering [Old Dominion University].


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  1. Rev. Tweed for Premier.

    • smh says:

      Church and state…Separated. That goes for Seaman too.

  2. Ed Case says:

    Wouldn’t be the first time we’ve had a foreigner as Premier.

  3. Scotty says:

    For Premier where? I thought he wasn’t Bermudian?
    Congratulations to all the recipients. I

  4. Concerned says:

    Congratulations Awardees

  5. Why? says:

    Well done St. Paul AME and Rev Tweed. Best wishes to the students who received awards and thanks to their parents, guardians and relatives and friends for guiding them.