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Recipients of Hillary Hadley Scholarship

2014-05-18 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Doyle Lloyd.
On May 10, 2014, the first two recipients of the Hillary Hadley Scholarship,
Anna Powell Beard, an English & American Sign Language Interpretation major and Matthew Collins, a Criminal Justice major, graduated from EKU. Congratulations to them both as they begin their careers. Anothe recipient, not pictured is Casey Cleaver, nursing major at EKU. Over $12,000 was raised to fund the Hillary Hadley Memorial Scholarship, at the April 25, 2014, "Fly Me to the Moon, an Evening of Jazz," for the scholarship fund. The Hillary Hadley Scholarship is a $1000 scholarship awarded each year to a graduating Adair County High School senior who chooses to attend Eastern Kentucky University. - Inette Goodin Committee Chairperson

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