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Kimberly Renee White receives scholarship to Lindsey Wilson

Burkesville resident was standout basketball player at Cumberland County High and is now a member of the JV women's basketball team at LWC

By Duane Bonifer, LWC Director of Public Affairs

A Cumberland County resident has received a scholarship to attend Lindsey Wilson College.

White, the daughter of Hilda McCoy and Aaron White, is a 2008 graduate of Cumberland County High School. She is a freshman this fall at Lindsey Wilson.

Kimberly Renee White of Burkesville has received The First & Farmers National Bank-L.A. Miller Scholarship.

"I really like Lindsey Wilson because it's a very friendly place and there are a lot of great people there," she said.

A standout basketball player at Cumberland County, White is a member of this year's junior varsity women's basketball team at Lindsey Wilson.

"It speaks volumes about First and Farmers National Bank that it is committed to supporting higher-education opportunities for Cumberland County residents," said Lindsey Wilson Fund Director Brady Button. "Lindsey Wilson's mission is to serve the educational needs of Southcentral Kentucky, and we are pleased to have this partnership with First and Farmers National Bank."


This story was posted on 2008-09-06 06:05:44
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Scholarship presentation in Burkesville, Cumberland Co., KY



2008-09-06 - Burkesville, KY - Photo By Duane Bonifer. LWC photo. LINDSEY WILSON COLLEGE FRESHMAN KIMBERLY RENEE WHITE OF BURKESVILLE, center, is presented The First & Farmers National Bank/L.A. Miller Scholarship by Burkesville First & Farmers President Vickie Wells, left, and Lindsey Wilson Fund Director Brady Button.
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