Philanthropy Delaware: Winners of Annual Beau Biden Memorial Scholarship Announced

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The I Could Do Great Things Foundation, founded in 2009 by Delaware philanthropists Stuart and Suzanne Grant, announced today the winners of the fourth annual Beau Biden Memorial Scholarship. High school senior Allison Stuebing of Wilmington will receive the gold prize of $10,000, with Alia Marshall of Rehoboth Beach, Benjamin Stewart of Middletown, and Julia Frank of Wilmington each receiving silver prizes of $5,000 for outstanding commitment to their communities.

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BSW Bloodstock: SOCIAL PARANOIA Impressive in 3YO Debut for The Elkstone Group


SOCIAL PARANOIA ran up the score to win by 8 lengths over Maiden Special Weight company at Gulfstream Park on G1 Florida Derby Day for BSW management client The Elkstone Group (Stuart Grant). The 3yo son of Street Boss, a $75,000 yearling purchase by The Elkstone Group from the 2017 Fasig Tipton July sale, earned a 94 Beyer for his effort- the highest Beyer earned by a 3yo going long on the turf this year.

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PR Newswire: Stuart Grant, Co-founder of Bench Walk Advisors and Grant & Eisenhofer, Selected for Lawdragon’s 2019 Leading Lawyers in America “Hall of Fame”

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Lawdragon announced that Delaware attorney Stuart Grant has been selected for its 2019 Leading Lawyers in America “Hall of Fame.” With this honor, Mr. Grant joins the ranks of such prominent legal figures as Sandra Day O’ConnorAntonin Scalia, and Beau Biden.

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USA Today: Applications sought for Beau Biden Memorial Scholarship

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For the second year in a row, a Delaware-based nonprofit will offer a $10,000 college scholarship to a high school senior who “embodies the virtues” of former state Attorney General Beau Biden.

Biden, the son of former Vice President Joe Biden, died in 2015 after a battle with brain cancer. His family serves on the selection committee for the scholarship, which is offered by the I Could Do Great Things Foundation.

Read more at Delaware Online.

Delaware Business Now: Horse owned by Del. attorney Stuart Grant’s horse wins top honor

Monomoy Girl was named 3-Year-Old Filly of the Year at the 2018 Eclipse Awards, the annual event to honor achievements in Thoroughbred racing.

Though she lost out on Horse of the Year honors to Justify, Monomoy Girl’s owners, Stuart Grant, Michael Dubb, Michael Caruso and Sol Kumin, couldn’t be happier with their prize filly – only the third filly to win both the Breeder’s Cup Distaff and the Kentucky Oaks in the same year.

Read more at Delaware Business Now.