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Turner County Residents Awarded Scholarships at ABAC

TIFTON— Laurel Bell, Jennifer Cano, Clara Coker, Kaitlyn Cawley, and Sarah Rooks of Ashburn, Jessica Bell and Lori White of Sycamore, and Lacy Adkison, Marion Adkison, Kristen Probert, and Hillery Reeves of Rebecca have been awarded scholarships from the ABAC Foundation to attend Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College during the 2013-14 academic year.

Laurel Bell, Cano, and Rooks each received the ABAC Foundation scholarship.  Laurel Bell is a human services major; Cano is an undeclared major; and Rooks is a biology major.  All three are graduates of Turner County High School. Jessica Bell, an agricultural education major, received the Jim Andrews Family Foundation scholarship.  She is a graduate of a home school program. 

Coker, an undeclared major, received the RM Dutton Realty & Associates/ABAC Foundation Scholar scholarship.  She is a graduate of Turner County High School.  Cawley, a rural studies major, received the Herbert and Meade Bynum Endowment for Student Enrichment in Rural Studies scholarship.  She is a graduate of Tift County High School.  White, a nursing major, was awarded the Shirley C. Hutchinson Memorial scholarship and the ABAC School of Nursing and Health Science scholarship.  She is a graduate of Tiftarea Academy.

L. Adkison, a nursing major, received the John Henry Dorminy scholarship, the Allan C. and Leila J. Garden scholarship, and the Reverend and Mrs. W. J. Stanford scholarship.  She is a graduate of Turner County High School.  M. Adkison, a diversified agriculture major, received the Montgomery Annual scholarship.  She is a graduate of Turner County High School.  Probert, a nursing major, received the ABAC Foundation Scholar scholarship.  She is a graduate of Irwin County High School.  Reeves, an agricultural education major, received the Senator and Mrs. Harold Ragan scholarship.  She is a graduate of Irwin County High School.

Fall semester classes begin at ABAC on Aug. 14.
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