Local seniors awarded scholarships


Receiving the Harlan County Soil Conservation District Scholarships were, from the left: Haley Anderson, Erinly Cornett, Taylor Howard and Kaitlynn Creech from Harlan County High School; and Elyssa Slusher, Kaitlin Jenkins and Nick Jarvis, Harlan High School. Presenting the scholarships were Will Clem, secretary/treasurer of the Harlan County Soil Conservation District and C.D. Morton, the 2016 president of the Harlan County Community Scholarship Fund’s board of directors.


The Harlan County Community Scholarship Fund’s board of directors honored the late Reecie Stagnolia during the annual banquet on Thursday at Benham Schoolhouse Inn. Stagnolia was a founding member of the fund and had served on the board for more than three decades until his death this year. Here, board member Will Clem, left, and scholarship fund president C.D. Morton, present a special award to Stagnolia’s wife, Martha, daughter, Carol Ann, sister-in-law, Betty, and brother, Eugene.


Abby Landis, left, of Harlan County High School, and Holly Hatfield, of Harlan High School, received the Bianchi Memorial Scholarships presented by C.D. Morton, the 2016 president of the Harlan County Community Scholarships Fund.


The Harlan Rotary Club scholarships were presented to Tyler Saylor, left, and Amber Fee. Presenting the scholarships were Bill Dean, second from left, and Will Seidleman, right.


Inaugural scholarships by the Harlan County Community Foundation were presented by Kathy Jones, second from right, and Blake Enlow, right, to Tyler Saylor, Harlan County High School, and Holly Hatfield, Harlan High School.


The J. Clark Metcalfe Memorial Scholarships were presented by Will Clem, secretary/treasurer of the Harlan County Soil Conservation District to Amber Fee, Harlan High School, and Abby Landis, Harlan County High School.


Recipients of the Loyall American Legion Post No. 273 Americanism Scholarships were Brooklyn Massingill, from Harlan High School, and Charles Farmer, from Harlan County High School. Presenting the scholarships was Post Officer Thomas Heck.


Jada Jackson, a senior at Harlan County High School, receives the East Kentucky Social Club - Lynch Chapter Scholarship presented by Carolyn Sundy, an EKSC chapter member.


Recipients of the 2016 Harlan County Community Scholarships were, from left: Jerry Blake Blevins, Logan Scott Burris and Katelyn Reynolds of Harlan County High School, and Lauren McCurry, Harlan High School. C.D. Morton presented the scholarships during the annual Harlan County Community Scholarship Banquet.


Receiving the Harlan County Soil Conservation District Scholarships were, from the left: Haley Anderson, Erinly Cornett, Taylor Howard and Kaitlynn Creech from Harlan County High School; and Elyssa Slusher, Kaitlin Jenkins and Nick Jarvis, Harlan High School. Presenting the scholarships were Will Clem, secretary/treasurer of the Harlan County Soil Conservation District and C.D. Morton, the 2016 president of the Harlan County Community Scholarship Fund’s board of directors.

The Harlan County Community Scholarship Fund’s board of directors honored the late Reecie Stagnolia during the annual banquet on Thursday at Benham Schoolhouse Inn. Stagnolia was a founding member of the fund and had served on the board for more than three decades until his death this year. Here, board member Will Clem, left, and scholarship fund president C.D. Morton, present a special award to Stagnolia’s wife, Martha, daughter, Carol Ann, sister-in-law, Betty, and brother, Eugene.

Abby Landis, left, of Harlan County High School, and Holly Hatfield, of Harlan High School, received the Bianchi Memorial Scholarships presented by C.D. Morton, the 2016 president of the Harlan County Community Scholarships Fund.

The Harlan Rotary Club scholarships were presented to Tyler Saylor, left, and Amber Fee. Presenting the scholarships were Bill Dean, second from left, and Will Seidleman, right.

Inaugural scholarships by the Harlan County Community Foundation were presented by Kathy Jones, second from right, and Blake Enlow, right, to Tyler Saylor, Harlan County High School, and Holly Hatfield, Harlan High School.

The J. Clark Metcalfe Memorial Scholarships were presented by Will Clem, secretary/treasurer of the Harlan County Soil Conservation District to Amber Fee, Harlan High School, and Abby Landis, Harlan County High School.

Recipients of the Loyall American Legion Post No. 273 Americanism Scholarships were Brooklyn Massingill, from Harlan High School, and Charles Farmer, from Harlan County High School. Presenting the scholarships was Post Officer Thomas Heck.

Jada Jackson, a senior at Harlan County High School, receives the East Kentucky Social Club – Lynch Chapter Scholarship presented by Carolyn Sundy, an EKSC chapter member.

Recipients of the 2016 Harlan County Community Scholarships were, from left: Jerry Blake Blevins, Logan Scott Burris and Katelyn Reynolds of Harlan County High School, and Lauren McCurry, Harlan High School. C.D. Morton presented the scholarships during the annual Harlan County Community Scholarship Banquet.

Receiving the Harlan County Soil Conservation District Scholarships were, from the left: Haley Anderson, Erinly Cornett, Taylor Howard and Kaitlynn Creech from Harlan County High School; and Elyssa Slusher, Kaitlin Jenkins and Nick Jarvis, Harlan High School. Presenting the scholarships were Will Clem, secretary/treasurer of the Harlan County Soil Conservation District and C.D. Morton, the 2016 president of the Harlan County Community Scholarship Fund’s board of directors.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Soil-Conservation-District.jpgReceiving the Harlan County Soil Conservation District Scholarships were, from the left: Haley Anderson, Erinly Cornett, Taylor Howard and Kaitlynn Creech from Harlan County High School; and Elyssa Slusher, Kaitlin Jenkins and Nick Jarvis, Harlan High School. Presenting the scholarships were Will Clem, secretary/treasurer of the Harlan County Soil Conservation District and C.D. Morton, the 2016 president of the Harlan County Community Scholarship Fund’s board of directors.

The Harlan County Community Scholarship Fund’s board of directors honored the late Reecie Stagnolia during the annual banquet on Thursday at Benham Schoolhouse Inn. Stagnolia was a founding member of the fund and had served on the board for more than three decades until his death this year. Here, board member Will Clem, left, and scholarship fund president C.D. Morton, present a special award to Stagnolia’s wife, Martha, daughter, Carol Ann, sister-in-law, Betty, and brother, Eugene.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Reecie-Stagnolia.jpgThe Harlan County Community Scholarship Fund’s board of directors honored the late Reecie Stagnolia during the annual banquet on Thursday at Benham Schoolhouse Inn. Stagnolia was a founding member of the fund and had served on the board for more than three decades until his death this year. Here, board member Will Clem, left, and scholarship fund president C.D. Morton, present a special award to Stagnolia’s wife, Martha, daughter, Carol Ann, sister-in-law, Betty, and brother, Eugene.

Abby Landis, left, of Harlan County High School, and Holly Hatfield, of Harlan High School, received the Bianchi Memorial Scholarships presented by C.D. Morton, the 2016 president of the Harlan County Community Scholarships Fund.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Bianchi-Memorial.jpgAbby Landis, left, of Harlan County High School, and Holly Hatfield, of Harlan High School, received the Bianchi Memorial Scholarships presented by C.D. Morton, the 2016 president of the Harlan County Community Scholarships Fund.

The Harlan Rotary Club scholarships were presented to Tyler Saylor, left, and Amber Fee. Presenting the scholarships were Bill Dean, second from left, and Will Seidleman, right.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Harlan-Rotary-Club.jpgThe Harlan Rotary Club scholarships were presented to Tyler Saylor, left, and Amber Fee. Presenting the scholarships were Bill Dean, second from left, and Will Seidleman, right.

Inaugural scholarships by the Harlan County Community Foundation were presented by Kathy Jones, second from right, and Blake Enlow, right, to Tyler Saylor, Harlan County High School, and Holly Hatfield, Harlan High School.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_HCCFoundation.jpgInaugural scholarships by the Harlan County Community Foundation were presented by Kathy Jones, second from right, and Blake Enlow, right, to Tyler Saylor, Harlan County High School, and Holly Hatfield, Harlan High School.

The J. Clark Metcalfe Memorial Scholarships were presented by Will Clem, secretary/treasurer of the Harlan County Soil Conservation District to Amber Fee, Harlan High School, and Abby Landis, Harlan County High School.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_J-Clark-Metcalfe-Memorial.jpgThe J. Clark Metcalfe Memorial Scholarships were presented by Will Clem, secretary/treasurer of the Harlan County Soil Conservation District to Amber Fee, Harlan High School, and Abby Landis, Harlan County High School.

Recipients of the Loyall American Legion Post No. 273 Americanism Scholarships were Brooklyn Massingill, from Harlan High School, and Charles Farmer, from Harlan County High School. Presenting the scholarships was Post Officer Thomas Heck.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Loyall-American-Legion.jpgRecipients of the Loyall American Legion Post No. 273 Americanism Scholarships were Brooklyn Massingill, from Harlan High School, and Charles Farmer, from Harlan County High School. Presenting the scholarships was Post Officer Thomas Heck.

Jada Jackson, a senior at Harlan County High School, receives the East Kentucky Social Club – Lynch Chapter Scholarship presented by Carolyn Sundy, an EKSC chapter member.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_East-KY-Social-Club.jpgJada Jackson, a senior at Harlan County High School, receives the East Kentucky Social Club – Lynch Chapter Scholarship presented by Carolyn Sundy, an EKSC chapter member.

Recipients of the 2016 Harlan County Community Scholarships were, from left: Jerry Blake Blevins, Logan Scott Burris and Katelyn Reynolds of Harlan County High School, and Lauren McCurry, Harlan High School. C.D. Morton presented the scholarships during the annual Harlan County Community Scholarship Banquet.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Community-Scholarship-Fund.jpgRecipients of the 2016 Harlan County Community Scholarships were, from left: Jerry Blake Blevins, Logan Scott Burris and Katelyn Reynolds of Harlan County High School, and Lauren McCurry, Harlan High School. C.D. Morton presented the scholarships during the annual Harlan County Community Scholarship Banquet.
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