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F&M scholarships
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Biles, Bradley, Hart, Hinson, Jones, Miller
Six 2007 high school graduates for the area are recipients of F&M Bank Merit Awards for 2007.
They and their high schools are Kathryn Biles, South Rowan; Rosetta Sierra Bradley, Salisbury; Alison Hart, Northwest Cabarrus; James Hinson, Central Cabarrus; Christopher Jones, Carson; and Jason Miller, North Rowan.
The scholarships cover college-related expenses of tuition, books and fees, not to exceed $1,000 for one year.
The F&M Bank Merit Award is a scholarship program established in 1993 to honor students who exhibit high academic achievement, college potential, good citizenship and a commitment to attending Rowan-Cabarrus Community College.
Biles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd T. Biles, graduated with honors and is a North Carolina Academic Scholar and member of the National Honors Society. She plans to study nursing.
Bradley is a member of the National Honor Society, Future Teachers of America, Who’s Who and Key Club and was a varsity cheerleader. She is the daughter of Amy Hamm and will be studying psychology.
Hart is the daughter of James and Bambi Hart. Shewas on the A honor roll four consecutive years, named to the U.S. Achievement Academy, received both the Silver and Gold Girl Scouting Award and plans to major in elementary education.
Hinson, son of William and Lisa Hinson, plans to study criminal justice technology. He completed four years of AFJROTC, reaching the rank of captain. He attended both the Basic and Advanced Explorer Academies at the North Carolina Justice Academy in Salemburg.
Jones plas to study electronics engineering. Son of Jennifer Blake, he was the drum leader in band, yearbook editor and graduated with honors.
Miller, son of Sonja Williams, plans to study criminal justice. He is a member of the National Honor Society and JROTC for four years and received awards from The Sons of the American Revolution.

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