Cullman County’s Harrison, Hudson awarded PBCI scholarships

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Pictured left to right are Poarch Band of Creek Indians Tribal Council Member Keith Martin, Rex Harrison and Southeastern Livestock Exposition President Frank Ellis. Not pictured is Etta Hudson. (Alabama Cattlemen’s Association)

MONTGOMERY, Ala.  – Rex Harrison of Holly Pond and Etta Hudson of Logan were each awarded a scholarship by the Poarch Band of Creek Indians (PBCI) for their participation in Alabama’s livestock industry on Sunday, March 17, at a ceremony held in coordination with the Southeastern Livestock Exposition (SLE) Rodeo.

The PBCI has a proud history of supporting youth in livestock. Each year, young people from each of Alabama’s 67 counties are awarded scholarships from the Tribe to aid in future participation in youth livestock events or further education during SLE Livestock Week.