Signal Mountain Lions Club Charities Awards Scholarships

Wednesday, July 3, 2013
Pictured from left to right are Jim Fields, Lisa Smith, Jocelyn Smith and Larry Bascom.
Pictured from left to right are Jim Fields, Lisa Smith, Jocelyn Smith and Larry Bascom.
The Signal Mountain Lions Club Charities has awarded college scholarships of $400 per semester to Jocelyn Smith from Signal Mountain High School and Coelette (Paige) Harvey of Sequatchie County High School.  Jocelyn Smith will be enrolling in the Fall of 2013 at the University of Tennessee (Knoxville) with a Business Major.  Paige Harvey will be enrolling at the same time at Tennessee Tech with an Education Major.
A service based scholarship of $250 per semester has also been awarded by the Signal Mountain Lions Club to Caitlynn DePreter, a Signal Mountain High School graduate enrolling Fall of 2013 at MTSU with a major in Psychology.

Since 2007 the Signal Mountain Lions Club has given out $21,000 to college students from the 37377 zip code.  The Signal Mountain Lions Club is proud to provide this support to these deserving individuals.

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