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WCHS Seniors Get Over $107,800 in Scholarships

Scholarships totaling $107, 800 went to 10 seniors at the annual Wheeler County High School Honors Night Thursday, May 12. The event was held at the school cafetorium.

LAWRENCE AWARD — From left, Eric Snelgrove was presented the $500 Brandon Lawrence Scholarship by Stacie Benson and Brittany White, Lawrence’s mother and sister. Lawrence was a former student who died in an automobile accident.

LYONS CLUB SCHOLARSHIP — Left to right, WCHS Valedictorian Kimberlyn Stinson, received a $500 Alamo Lyons Club Scholarship presented by Alamo City Manager Jeff Floyd.

HARRIS SCHOLARSHIP — Kennadi McRae, shown with Crystal Coney, received the $500 Christine Harris Scholarship awarded by Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority.

BPC FUTURE BARONS — Receiving a $9,000 Brewton-Parker College Future Barons Scholarship, if they choose to attend BPC, were, from left: Jasmine Holland-Soto, Amber Seabolt, and Rancelyn Evans. Not pictured: scholarship recipients Teagan Rigdon and Payton Bowman.

HADDEN INSURANCE AWARD — From left, WCHS Salutatorian Gabrielle Myrick, with WCHS Counselor Lori Adams, was the recipient of the Hadden Insurance Scholarship of $300.

SCHOLARSHIP HONORS JOHNSON — From left, Gabrielle Myrick and Jay Faison, holding certificates, received the $500 Lillie B. Johnson Scholarship that was presented by members of Johnson’s family.

$1,000 SCHOLARSHIPS — From left, Kimberlyn Stinson and Thomas Ford each received a Coca-Cola Scholarship of $1,000.

JONES AWARD — Kimberly Stinson, with WCHS Principal William Bell, received the $3,000 Crawford Johnson III and Walker Johnson Jones Scholarship.

PARKER SCHOLARSHIPS — Receiving the James D. Parker Scholarship were, from left: Madison Turner, Kimberlyn Stinson, Eli McClellan, and Gabrielle Myrick, $20,000 over four years; Samora Woodward, $10,000 over four years; and Chibrielle Myrick, $10,000 over two years.

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