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Shawnee Community College welcomes Black Diamond Harley Davidson scholarship recipients

Shad Zimbro, Co-Owner Black Diamond Harley Davidson, left to right, Nigel Williams, Senator Dale Fowler, Charles Wyatt Halton, State Representative Dave Severin, Dr. Peggy Bradford, Shawnee College President, Alexander Smith, Connor Johnson, Paige Butcher, Rodney Cabaness, Co-Owner Black Diamond Harley Davidson, Sophia Oliver and Grace Rendelman. Not pictured are Evelyn Martinez, Zachary Oneal, Cassiday Lance, Juliet Vioso-Lozano and Autumn McMahan.

For 11 years, Black Diamond Harley-Davidson has been awarding scholarships for students who choose to remain in our local region to attend school. The scholarships are $1,000 each, and this year twelve local students from our district were among the recipients. 

To be eligible, scholarship recipients must demonstrate a strong work ethic and cooperative work skills. They must also be enrolled in their district’s community college for the summer 2019 and/or fall 2019 semester. Recipients were nominated and chosen by their school’s administrative staff and faculty.

We are excited to welcome to the Saints Family the following student recipients: Grace Rendelman of Anna Jonesboro High School, Nigel Williams of Cairo High School, Sophia Oliver of Century High School, Evelyn Martinez of Cobden High School, Zachary Oneal of Dongola High School, Paige Butcher of Egyptian High School, Connor Johnson of Goreville High School, Cassiday Lance of Joppa High School, Juliet Vioso-Lozano of Massac High School, Charles Wyatt Halton of Meridian High School, Autumn McMahan of Shawnee High School and Alexander Smith of Vienna High School.

For more information, regarding scholarship opportunities for incoming Shawnee Community College students call 618-634-3200.

— The Southern

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