School Foundation Awards $47,000 in Scholarships

 

The Reeds Spring School Foundation provided financial assistance to 24 recent graduates in the form of scholarships. Reeds Spring seniors had to apply and interview for the scholarships, which totaled over $47,000.

The Foundation typically raises the bulk of the money through an event called PACK NIGHT at Dolly Parton’s Stampede. That event could not be held this year due to the pandemic, so the Foundation relied on donations from many generous businesses and families.

The Foundation also unveiled a new award for a community member who quietly makes a big difference. The Wolf in the Darkness Community Award went to Murriel Mills.

Here is the list of scholarship recipients:

Wolf in the Darkness Scholarship- Luke McFerron

Pierce Family Scholarship - Gracee Chase

Pierce Family Scholarship - Madison Stickle

John Brown Memorial Scholarship- Matt Allison

Miller Family Scholarship- Cassidy Quick

Dake Wells Scholarship- Micah Asbill

Bill Kirsch Scholarship- Alex Hulliung

Jan Kirsch Scholarship - Rebekah Settles

Stiles Roofing Scholarship- Michael Shepard

Helping Hats Scholarship- Ashley Nolan

Netwatch Scholarship- Danielle Lebow

Kimberling City Animal Hospital Scholarship- Laiken Avery

JMARK Scholarship- Samuel Perez

Rotary Club Scholarship- Rhys Brock

Pizza World Scholarship- Ashlyn Shafer

Booster Club Scholarship- Carson Bookhout

Gardner Family Scholarship- Sydney Sanders

Central Bank Scholarship- Nolan Harrier

Friends of the Foundation Scholarship- Loric Arnold

Friends of the Foundation Scholarship- Justin Locke

Friends of the Foundation Scholarship- Ashley Shaughnessy

Tanco Lumber Scholarship- Zachary Hurtgen

Evelyn Grace Scholarship - Carson Bookhout

Merwyn Grace Scholarship - Dre Woolston

 

Terri Tucker-Wiest

Luke McFerron

Murriel Mills

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