Students Receive ASAP Scholarships

Carly Kay Crawford, Nancy Rueger, and Andrew Bradley Mitchell

Carly Kay Crawford, Nancy Rueger, and Andrew Bradley Mitchell

Four Anderson County students received scholarships from the Anderson County Agency for Substance Abuse Policy.  AC-ASAP helps prevent drug and substance abuse in the county and offered four scholarships for any high school senior this year.  The scholarships were split into two different categories, including an over comer category for students who have faced and overcame obstacles related to drug/alcohol abuse and a leadership category for students who displayed leadership in the community.

For the over comer scholarships, Carly Kay Crawford and Amber Earlywine both won the $500 scholarships.  Carly will be going to Gateway Community College in northern Kentucky and Amber will be going to Berea College.  For the leadership scholarships, Andrew Bradley Mitchell and Evan B Cornett won the $500 scholarships.  Andrew will be going to UK.

Today, at the Anderson County High School Awards Night, Carly and Andrew were present to receive their scholarship certificates from Principal Glass and Nancy Rueger, chair person from AC-ASAP.

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