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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (PRWEB)
May 19, 2017
As part of its mission to advance education, Nashville-based financial services company Advance Financial gave $1,000 scholarship awards to 10 outstanding Middle Tennessee high school students at its 3rd Annual Scholarship Banquet. Student applications were judged on GPA, community involvement and persevering over hardships in their lives.
The 2017 scholarship recipients are:
- Natalie Cook, Marshall County High School (Lewisburg, TN)
- Joseph Crosland, White County High School (Sparta, TN)
- Raelynn Gonzales, LEAD High School (Nashville, TN)
- Ethan Harvill, Clarkrange High School (Clarkrange, TN)
- Hope A. Lovvorn, Forrest High School (Chapel Hill, TN)
- Sydnee McRae, Marshall County High School (Lewisburg, TN)
- Keteara Motley, East Nashville Magnet School (Nashville, TN)
- Mary Beth Nehls, Christian Academy of Knoxville (Knoxville, TN)
- Haley Owens, Cornersville High School (Cornersville, TN)
- Glyndon Wicks, Marshall County High School (Lewisburg, TN)
As guest speaker during this year’s event, Randy Coffman, Riverdale Warriors coach, focused on the three things the students need to succeed in life – passion, a strong work ethic and commitment. Coffman recently became the first Tennessee coach to be named the Naismith High School Girls Coach of the Year.
“When you win you earn and when you lose you learn. Hardships don’t have to define you, they should refine you,” said Coffman. “I congratulate each and every one of you for all the great work you’ve done as…