CULLMAN, Ala. – The Cullman Electric Cooperative recently named its annual scholarship winners.
From the Cullman Electric Cooperative: “Each year, Cullman Electric Cooperative awards a $1,000 scholarship to a student at each high school in its service area, as well as one to an at-large recipient who does not attend public school in the Cullman EC service territory, but is a member of the co-op. Since the program started, Cullman EC has provided more than $210,000 to help high school graduates further their education. AS a member-owned utility, we consider our scholarship program an investment in the progress of our communities. Congratulations to the 2020 scholarship winners.”
The 2020 Cullman Electric Cooperative scholarship winners are:
- Gracie Everett from Addison High School
- Chandan Makwana from Austin High School (Decatur)
- Alyssa Jackson from Cold Springs High School
- Townley Cornelius from Cullman High School
- Sarah Laney from Fairview High School
- Isabella Davis from Good Hope High School
- Matthew Cornelius from Hanceville High School
- August Floyd from Holly Pond High School
- Alden Archer from Meek High School
- Lauren Agnello from St. Bernard Preparatory School
- Allison Powe from Vinemont High School
- Lillian Owens from West Point High School
Holly Pond High School’s Elizabeth Miller was named the 2020 Electric Cooperative Foundation scholarship winner. She received a $1,000 scholarship from the Electric Cooperative Foundation.
Fairview High School’s Jonathan Semadeni was awarded the $1,000 Cullman Electric Cooperative technology scholarship from the Wallace State Future Foundation.
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