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In addition to awarding grants each quarter, the Tri-County EMC Foundation also awards scholarships to two deserving students in the service area twice per year. The scholarships are worth $1,000 and are awarded based on academics, financial need and service to others. Special consideration is given to non-traditional students who are working full or part-time and have returned to school. Congratulations to the Spring 2019 Operation Roundup Scholarship recipients. The next deadline for this scholarship program is October 15, 2019. For additional information on this and additional scholarship opportunities, visit www.tri-countyemc.com/scholarships-overview.cms.
Sherine Kullmann of Putnam County is a junior at the University of Georgia. She is an active member of the Society of Women Engineers, the Language Partner Program, the International Street Festival Planning Committee and achieved a Global Excellence Certificate. Her goal is to become an environmental engineer.
Dylan Gattie of Jones County is a senior at Mt. DeSales Academy and plans to attend Georgia Southern University in the fall. He is a member of 4-H, FCA and Gray United Methodist Church. He is also a varsity letterman in both wrestling and football. His goal is to obtain a degree in Construction Engineering.