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SHILOH CHURCH AWARDS $19,000 IN SCHOLARSHIPS

SHILOH CHURCH AWARDS $19,000 IN SCHOLARSHIPS

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Ten high school graduates who are members of Shiloh Baptist Church were awarded a total of $19,000 by the church's J.T. Hairston Memorial Scholarship Fund.

Recipients, their parents and the amount of award are:Tene McCoy, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Donald McCoy, $3,800. A graduate of Page High School, she will attend Howard University.

Samiya Purvis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Purvis, $2,600. A graduate of Southern Guilford High School, she will attend Hampton University.

Melvin Mason II, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mason, $2,600. A graduate of Dudley High School, he will attend N.C. A&T State University.

Maria Hicks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hicks, $2,600. A graduate of Smith High School, she will attend A&T.

Bianca Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Williams, $2,100. A graduate of Dudley High School, she will attend the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Tina DeGraffenriedt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred DeGraffenriedt, $1,100. A graduate of Page High School, she will attend A&T.

Theresa Fox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Fox, $1,100. A graduate of Smith High School, she will attend the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

Financial Aid recipients are Hazel Henderson, daughter of Clarence Henderson, and Alonzo Spruill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Spruill. Both are graduates of Smith High School. Henderson will attend Morgan State University and Spruill will attend Guilford Technical Community College.

Ayodele Johnson, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Nelson Johnson, received a college recognition award in the amount of $250. A graduate of Dudley, she will attend UNC-Chapel Hill.

Hunt earns scholarship John Cameron ``Ronny' Hunt III, a graduate of Grimsley High School, has been awarded a Zbar/Carlson Foundation Scholarship to attend Georgia Tech's School of Textile & Fiber Engineering.

Hunt is the son of John and Cathy Hunt of Greensboro.

The corporate scholarship established by Arrow Engineering Inc. of Dalton, Ga., is in the amount of $562 a quarter. It is awarded on the basis of academic achievement, motivation and career commitment.

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