Second Annual George F. Cridlin Memorial Scholarship

The George F. Cridlin Memorial Scholarship is being offered again this year. Like last year, one thousand dollars in scholarship funds will be awarded to a Lee High student, and a Thomas Walker Student.
George F. Cridlin lived his life to serve others and to support his community. To apply for the scholarship, write an essay, with a minimum of three pages, on what community service means to you. Why is community service important? Describe how you have helped your community in the past and how you intend to serve others in the future.
Essays must be submitted to your guidance office by April 20, 2020. Like last year, the winners will be selected by a panel of teachers at each school. For more information, contact your guidance counselor.
This is a great way to honor George F. Cridlin and encourage students to think about serving their community, a topic that was important to him, at the same time.
A heartfelt thanks to Powell Valley National Bank, Roy Jessee, and Estes Brothers Construction for their invaluable assistance in setting up this scholarship and continuing it again this year.

 

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