CSCC Student Yoder Receives Nursing Scholarship From Harry S. Truman Club

Thursday, March 15, 2018
Pictured from left to right: Gloria Smiddy; Mike Callaway, club president; Doug Pirkle; Dr. Bill Seymour, CSCC president; Carol Beck; and Mildred Sparkman. Not pictured: recipient Christian Yoder.
Pictured from left to right: Gloria Smiddy; Mike Callaway, club president; Doug Pirkle; Dr. Bill Seymour, CSCC president; Carol Beck; and Mildred Sparkman. Not pictured: recipient Christian Yoder.

The Harry S. Truman Club provided a $1,000 nursing scholarship through the Cleveland State Foundation to CSCC student Christian Yoder.

"The Harry S. Truman Club of Bradley County is local, nonprofit organization whose purpose is to promote good citizenship, recognize civic leadership and service and support worthy, local causes. It was organized in 2007. The gift to the Foundation for the Lily Robinson Nursing Scholarship is given annually in memory of the daughter of a member of the Club, Steve Robinson, a devoted CSCC supporter and former member of the CSCC Foundation board," officials said.



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