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OTC Foundation Recognizes Spring Academic Scholarship Recipients

Seventeen students were awarded academic scholarships by the Okefenokee Technical College Foundation for spring quarter 2010. According to OTC Foundation Director Cindy Tanner, recipients of these scholarships must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, make application for the award, and meet other specific criteria determined by the foundation scholarship committee.

Spring 2010 recipients were Corey Adams (Pierce), Glenda Cason (Pierce), Destiny Daniels (Ware), Ralston Finney (Ware), Emily Godwin (Ware), Shannon Graves (Coffee), James Hampton (Ware), Zylphia Hansley (Appling), Tashia Johnson (Ware), Carrie Matthews (Pierce), Travis Moxley (Wayne), Jennifer Pittman (Pierce), Robert Visicaro (Ware), Kalen Westberry (Wayne), Lana Whitley (Ware), William Wilkinson (Ware), and Mallory Wilson (Pierce).

In addition to academic scholarships, the OTC Foundation awards toolbox scholarships, hardship grants & scholarships, and a number of restricted or named scholarships each quarter.

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Carrie Matthews (back row, L to R), Corey Adams, Ralston Finney, Robert Visicaro, Emily Godwin (front, L to R), Lana Whitley, and Jennifer Pittman (far right) are among seventeen Okefenokee Technical College students awarded academic scholarships for spring quarter 2010. OTC President Dr. Gail Thaxton (front, second from right) congratulated those present and encouraged them to continue to strive for excellence.

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As one of the recipients of the Foundation’s spring quarter academic scholarships, Shannon Graves (right) of Coffee County was recently presented an award check by Cindy Tanner, executive director of the OTC Foundation.

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Tashia Johnson (right) of Ware County was the recipient of an OTC Foundation scholarship award. Cindy Tanner, executive director of the Foundation, presented her with a scholarship check on behalf of the trustees and extended congratulations.

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Destiny Daniels of Ware County was pleased to be one of the recipients of an academic scholarship provided by the OTC Foundation. Cindy Tanner congratulated Daniels for this achievement and presented her with a monetary award.

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Travis Moxley (right) of Wayne County travels quite a bit as part of his clinical experience for his program. As a result, he was pleased to learn that he was one of the recipients of the OTC Foundation’s spring quarter academic scholarships. According to Cindy Tanner, Foundation director, Moxley plans to use his award money for transportation expenses to and from clinicals.

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