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GRADUATION 2017: East Rowan High School Scholarships

The following East Rowan High School graduates have received scholarships:

Emily Avalos: Catawba Music Scholarship.

Addisen Bost: DAR Award, Margaret Basinger Scholarship, Eastern Star Scholarship, John A. Campbell Jr. Memorial Scholarship, East Rowan High School Junior Civitan Scholarship and Jean Fisher Poole-David Talbert Scholarship.

Jonathan Brindle: SEER Scholarship.

Destiny Brown: Powles Funeral Home Scholarship

McKenzie Collins: Taylor Kirk Memorial Scholarship.

Emily Daubenmire: SEER, Prospect Lions Club Scholarship and Nolan Morrison Memorial Scholarship.

Kelly Earls: SADD Scholarship.

Faith Faller: Distinguished Athlete Award and U.S. Marine Corps Athlete Award.

Ashlee Fondren: Salisbury Rotary Scholarship.

Andrea Garrido-Lecca: Paul Fisher Scholarship.

Jake Gregory: Jerry Peck Scholarship.

Sabrina Harkey: PFLAG Scholarship.

Kaylee Henley: All County Scholar.

Jerri Howard: Roy and Lula Goodman Scholarship.

Katie Howard: U.S. Marine Corps Semper Fidelis Musical Excellence Award.

Sabrina Jordan: F&M Scholarship.

Adrianna Kelsey: Alpha Kappa Alpha Scholarship, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Scholarship and Essie K. Foxx Scholarship.

Austin Kirkman: J. Michael McDuffie Scholarship.

Lara Koontz: All County Scholar.

Samantha Lushbaugh: Powles Funeral Home Scholarship.

Nicholas Lyerly: All County Scholar, Distinguished Athlete Award and U.S. Marine Corps Athlete Award.

Hannah Mayhew: Granite Quarry Civitan Scholarship and People Helping People Scholarship.

Jordan McCall: St. Matthew’s Lutheran Scholarship.

Andrew McCallum: SADD Scholarship and East Rowan High School CTE Student of the Year.

Alana Miller: Powles Funeral Home Scholarship.

Ashlyn Mills: Emily May Brown Scholarship.

Amanda Overcash: Jordan Lumber Company Scholarship and Jon H. Poteat Scholarship.

Alyssa Potts: Rowan County Masonic Scholarship, SEER Scholarship and NCAE/RSAE Scholarship.

Paola Rivera: All County Scholar, East Rowan High School Junior Civitan Scholarship, Scholastic Excellence Award, Communities In Schools Scholarship, Joyce Kohfeldt Scholarship and U.S. Marine Corps Scholastic Excellence Award.

Christopher Sanders: Cleveland Elam Memorial Scholarship.

Conrad Shugart: SEER Scholarship, Salisbury Rowan Home Builders Scholarship, Sue P. Fisher Community Service Award and Joyce Kohfeldt Scholarship.

Ellis Taylor: Powles Funeral Home Scholarship, Salisbury Rotary Scholarship and Dai Nappon Scholarship.

Caylynn Westberg: Rose L. Fink Scholarship.



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