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May 8, 2013

Rotary awards scholarships

Knoxville — The Knoxville Rotary Club held its annual Scholarship Day on Wednesday. A total of 14 Knoxville High School students were awarded scholarships. 

Mike Lane, Chair of Rotary's Scholarship Committee, introduced KHS Dean Ryan Klein. Klein introduced the scholarship winners. 

Jamie Rinehart and Kelsey Willardson are the recipients of this year's health care scholarships. Tyra Washington was selected to receive teh Lela Harp Scholarship. 

In addition to these specialized scholarships, the club awarded 11 Rotary Club Scholarships. Recipients included Madison Couves, Wick Cunningham, Chambray Daugherty, John Davis, Brandon Hall, Alivia McCorkle, Victoria Reed, Sydney Reese, Courtney Ryan, Joe Stearns and Brittney Swan. 

Another presentation will be held during the May 22 Dollars for Scholars Scholarship Awards Night in the KHS gymnasium. 

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