Newsmakers | ATMC awards scholarships to Brunswick County students
07/11/2014 12:00 AM
07/01/2014 12:16 PM
ATMC has presented $2,000 scholarships to four local high school seniors: Alexandria Ball, Brittany Evans, Martina Knox and Alexander Sludds. Applicants were judged on academics, involvement in school and community activities, and interviewing skills. Interviews were conducted by representatives from Brunswick Community College.
Alexandria Ball is the daughter of John and Chrystal Ball of Nakina. Alexandria plans to attend UNC-Charlotte, where she will major in physical therapy. Brittany Evans is the daughter of Michael Evans and Gidget Evans Fairfax, both of Leland. She plans to attend UNC-Wilmington and major in nursing. Martina Knox is the daughter of David and Kimberly Knox of Bolivia. She will be attending UNC-Wilmington and majoring in psychology. Alexander Sludds, son of Martin and Catherine Sludds of Carolina Shores, will be attending the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he plans to major in mathematics.
“These students are our future leaders,” said Allen Russ, ATMC CEO/general manager. “We at ATMC are very proud of their accomplishments and are honored to help them further their education.” ATMC has awarded more than $53,000 in scholarships to 41 students since 2002.
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