2014 Kiwanis Club Senior Awards

2014 Scholarship winners

Front Row: Megan Dye, Lauren Boyd, Allie Epting, Halle Carter, Emily Cook, Keely Chunn, Jackie Ford, Kiwanis Scholarship Chair; Back Row: Lowell Easterling, Kiwanis Club President, Lauren Cavendar, Ke’Shaun Ball, Stephanie Hardy, Taylor Hogue

 

 

Allie Rae Epting – East Union Attendance Center

Allie is the daughter of Johnny and Debbie Epting

Zane Treadaway – “Allie is a dedicated, passionate and intelligent young lady who strives for perfection in ever aspect of he life”

Allie plans to attend Northeast Mississippi Community College with a major in Nursing.

 

 

Stephanie Hardy – East Union Attendance Center

Stephanie is the daughter of Ricky and Cindy Hardy

Wanda Owen: “Stephanie is a dedicated student and accepts each day with its assignments as a new challenge. One of her most outstanding qualities is her perseverance. She is one of those students who earns their grades through hard work, determination and exceeding requirements.

Stephanie plans to attend Itawamba Community College with a major undecided at this time.

 

 

Halle Carter – Ingomar Attendance Center

Halle is the daughter of Gretta Carter

Tabathia Dillard: “Halle completes all assignments and tasks on time and cares about the quality of her work”.

Halle plans to attend Northeast Mississippi Community College with a major in Nursing.

 

 

Keely Brock Chunn – Myrtle Attendance Center

Keely is the daughter of Pete and Sharon Chunn

Julie McCullough: “Keely is a very hard working student with an attitude to be the best she can be”.

Keely plans to attend Northeast Mississippi Community College with a major in Dental Hygiene.

 

 

 

Emily Cook – Myrtle Attendance Center

Emily is the daughter of Marty and Lisa Cook

Phyllis Hancock: “Students at Myrtle have often sought her advice and many have shared with me their appreciation of her pleasant and encouraging attitude”.

Emily plans to attend Northeast Mississippi Community College with a major in Dental Hygiene.

 

 

Wesley Taylor Hogue – Myrtle Attendance Center

Taylor is the son of Randy and Norma Hogue

Jullie McCullough – Taylor is a respectful, well respected, dedicated young man. He is the type of student every teacher tells her peers that they are going to love”.

Taylor plans to attend Northeast Mississippi Community College with a major in Physical Education.

 

 

William Ke’Shaun Ball – New Albany High School

Ke’Shaun is the son of Terry and LaTonya Ball

Pastot Louis Southward: “Ke’Shaun’s leadership qualities are above average among his peers. He has exhibited himself as a person of high morals and integrity”.

Ke’Shaun plans to attend Northeast Mississippi College with a major in Athletic Training.

 

 

Lauren Boyd – New Albany High School

Lauren is the daughter of Harvey and the late Tina Boyd

Mary Margaret King: “Lauren is a very hard working student that challenges herself in the classroom. She has worked very hard to maintain a high average”.

Lauren plans to attend Northeast Mississippi Community College with a major in Radiology.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lauren Cavender – New Albany High School

Lauren is the daughter of Julie Cavendar

Mary Margaret King: “Lauren is one of the most well-rounded and mature students that I have had the pleasure to teach. She always has a smile on her face and is kind to everyone”.

Lauren plans to attend Northeast Mississippi Community College with a major in Biology/PreMed.

 

 

Megan Dye – New Albany High School

Megan is the daughter of Wayne and Melissa Dye

Sara Garrett: “Megan’s best attribute is her work ethic. Every year she has expressed a desire to get better by working harder than everyone else”.

Megan plans to attend Northeast Mississippi Community College with a major in Paralegal.

 

 

Elizabeth Cornelius – West Union Attendance Center

Elizabeth is the daughter of Wayne and Tina Cornelius

Raquel Morris: “ “In order to achieve her personal and academic success, Elizabeth has exhibited discipline, responsibility and determination”.

Elizabeth plans to attend the University of Mississippi with a major in Social Work.

 

 

Brittany Taylor – West Union Attendance Center

Brittany is the daughter of Jason and Jennifer Taylor

Lesa Scott: “Brittany demonstrates dedication to hard work and a personal responsibility. She will be a success in the future because of these attributes”.

Brittany plans to attend Northeast Mississippi Community College with a major in Occupational Therapy.