CCKC awards $5,000 in scholarships!

This year we had 23 fantastic applicants for the Capital City Kiwanis Foundation Scholarships.  After reviewing the applications a panel of 4 members intervened 13 of the finalist.  Those on the panel were blown away by those students that were interviewed.  Truly they are all well deserving and gave us hope for the next generation. 


Although it was not easy, the panel has selected the recipients for this year’s scholarships. 


The Junius Smith/Phillip Poundstone Scholarship is awarded to Mr. Jacob Myrick of Lee High School.  Jacob is an outstanding young man who stands out among his peers as one to trust with jobs big and small.  He plans to attend the University of Alabama and plans to serve our country in the United States Airforce.  He is the son of Micheal and Heidi Myrick. 


The Charles M. Read Scholarship is awarded to Mr. Kevin Doh of Montgomery Academy.   Kevin has been recognized for his leadership, athletics, and academics.  Kevin plans to attend The University of Alabama where he will major in Biology and plans to earn a MBA and subsequently enter medical school.  He is the son of Cody and Christi Doh.


The Henry McNeill Memorial Scholarship is awarded to Miss Sydney Brashears of St. James School.  Sydney has fun personality coupled with a heart for service and hard work.  She plans to attend Auburn and pursue a degree in microbial science with the plan of getting a masters and PhD in biological science. She ultimately wants to put these degrees to work as a clinical researcher exploring cures for cancer and other diseases.  She is the daughter of Kimberly and Brett Brashears. 


Congratulations to these outstanding young people. 


Sam T. Adams,

Scholarship Chair

Capital City Kiwanis Club


CCKC Awards $5,000 in scholarships to area seniors
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Congratulations to our scholarship recipients!

The Junius Smith/Phillip Poundstone...