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First Catie Summers Scholarship Awarded

 

The Clarksville-Montgomery County School SystemClarksville, TN – Clarksville High students Alexis M. Bynum and Austin Pitts are the first two recipients of the Catie Summers Memorial Scholarship.  Each will receive a $1,000 scholarship for their freshman year in college. Applicants have to be graduating seniors from the Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Schools who have battled cancer during their lifetime.

Recipients must have a 3.0 grade point average OR a mininum ACT score of 21 and be accept to a college or university.

Bill Summers (left) presents scholarship certificates to Austin Pitts and Alexis Bynum as CHS Spanish teacher and HOPE Club advisor Danny Magrans looks on.

Bill Summers (left) presents scholarship certificates to Austin Pitts and Alexis Bynum as CHS Spanish teacher and HOPE Club advisor Danny Magrans looks on.

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The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee Seeks Clarksville-Montgomery County Scholarship Applicants

 

Application Deadline March 15th

The Community Foundation of Middle TennesseeNashville, TN – The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, a charitable organization benefiting nonprofits in Middle Tennessee, announces its annual scholarship application process and invites students to apply by March 11th, 2011, at www.cfmt.org.

Whether a student is studying law, horticulture, chiropractic medicine or musical composition; planning a career in technology or dentistry; or studying at a technical school or four-year university, The Community Foundation’s scholarship program offers opportunities for hundreds of students from various backgrounds and communities. «Read the rest of this article»

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CHS H.O.P.E. Club to make 1200 mile ride for Catie Summers Scholarship fund

 

All too often the news is filled with negative images and information about what goes on in our city and county. Often that dark news seems to focus on our students and young adults. For the next few days I will be sending information on a group of Clarksville High School students and parents that are off on a great adventure to represent our city and county and to raise money for two causes.

These young adults are members of the Clarksville High School H.O.P.E (Helping Other People Everyday) club. The causes they are raising money for are the Lance Armstrong Foundation and the Catie Summers Memorial Scholarship. «Read the rest of this article»

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