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Crossroads to Destiny Scholarship recipients each receive a $1,000 check toward college expenses during a presentation by County Mayor Bill Newman and Jerry Mansfield, SCTDD executive director and former County mayor. The students also received a limited edition print of “Crossroads to Destiny” pictured in the center. Pictured are (from left) Bill Newman, Kaelee Matthews, Caleb Barnes, William Gentry, Katilyn Lewter and Jerry Mansfield. Not pictured is Hannah Wicks.

Crossroads to Destiny scholarships awarded

Posted on July 29, 2015 at 11:16 am

Five local high school seniors en route to college or universities this fall, received $1,000 Crossroads to Destiny Scholarships last Friday morning, plus a personalized, limited-edition print signed by the artist, David Wright, who created the original artwork. Recipients of the $1,000 scholarships, presented by Lincoln County Mayor...
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