Thirty-six students received a Central Kentucky Community Foundation Scholarship to Elizabethtown Community and Technical College

Thirty-six students received a Central Kentucky Community Foundation Scholarship to Elizabethtown Community and Technical College

July 28, 2017 – Thirty-six area students recently received a Central Kentucky Community Foundation Scholarship to Elizabethtown Community and Technical College.

CKCF began awarding this scholarship 50 years ago when Elizabethtown Community College opened, to help students attend the new college.

The recipients from Central Hardin High School are: Emily Beeler, daughter of Curtis and Anissa Beeler; Emma Skaggs, daughter of Michael and Carrie Skaggs; Jacob Miller, son of Richard and Kristi Miller; Johnathan Penning, son of Darrel and Susan Penning; Jonathan French, son of Charles and Rebecca French; Katherine Yates, daughter of Timothy and Dawn Yates; Katie Searcy, daughter of Trinity and Lori Searcy; Michael Quire, son of Ken Quire and Trish Ellis; Samantha Thomas, daughter of Paul and Judy Thomas; and Shelby Coats, daughter of Kim Coates.

The recipients from North Hardin High School are: Christopher Edwards, son of Roger and Vivian Edwards; Johnathan Frost, son of David Frost and Clarissa Aliff; and Kaylee Vowels, daughter of Kenneth and Carissa Vowels.

Additional recipients include John Hardin High School graduate Kyrah Wassman, daughter of David and Aimee Wassman; Elizabethtown High School graduates Ethan Henry, son of William and BJ Henry and Nathan Henson, son of Roger and Karen Henson; Larue County High School graduates Dylan Walter, son of Clint Walter and Vikki Biglow and Eryn Cecil, son of Joe and Stacey Cecil.

Eighteen students returning to ECTC this fall received scholarships: Ashley Brewer, Brandon Johnson, Chelsea Mouser, Christian Carrizales, Darren Sanders, Hollie Butler, Jacob Snyder, James Thomas, Jason Burress, Jenna Morris, Kaitlyn Heath, Kayla Wilkerson, Mayahna Lackey, Miguel Rayo, Stacy Napier, Thomas Pierce, Thomas Frost, and Wesley McCoy.

“It is rewarding to help our donors invest in students through our scholarship program, Scholarship Central,” said Davette B. Swiney, President and CEO of CKCF. “Their commitment to future generations and the importance of education is truly something that makes our community special. It is an honor to support students from across our region as they pursue their educational and life goals.”

Central Kentucky Community Foundation Scholarships to ECTC are part of 98 scholarships being awarded by CKCF this year through Scholarship Central. The scholarships total nearly $115,000 and were awarded to 81 students at 8 high schools and two colleges in the region. More information on this scholarship and other scholarships available to students can be found at Scholarship Central at www.ckcf4people.org.

About Central Kentucky Community Foundation

Central Kentucky Community Foundation is the philanthropic focal point in the region, serving as a resource, leader and catalyst to people who wish to improve life in their community. For more about CKCF visit www.ckcf4people.org.

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