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Obion County Junior Livestock Association scholarships awarded

Obion County Junior Livestock Association scholarships awarded

Posted: Tuesday, January 19, 2010 8:01 pm

Obion County Junior Livestock Association scholarships awarded | Obion County Junior Livestock Association
SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED — Three former Obion County Junior Livestock member standouts, (from second from left) Glennesse Patterson, Amanda Wall and Jordan Jones, each received college scholarships sponsored by First Citizens National Bank. Miss Patterson is a journalism major at Belmont University in Nashville. She is the daughter of Glenn and Kathy Patterson. Miss Wall, daughter of Joe and Gina Wall, is majoring in criminal justice at the University of Tennessee at Martin. Miss Jones is also attending UT Martin, majoring in agriculture. She is the daughter of Greg and Kim Jones.  Miss Wall is a graduate of South Fulton High School, while both Miss Patterson and Miss Jones are graduates of Obion County Central High School. Each of these individuals successfully completed nine consecutive years of exhibiting livestock through the Obion County Junior Livestock program. After verifying completion of their first semester of college and enrollment for the spring semester, each student received their $500 scholarship. This marks the seventh consecutive year Joe Ward (left) and Sherry Brown of First Citizens National Bank have sponsored this award.
Published in The Messenger 1.19.10

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