Attorney Byron David Presents Kiwanis Scholarships
Conway High School graduate Stevie Martin, third from left, was presented at $1,000 scholarship during the Kiwanis Club of Conway’s recent weekly meeting at the Conway Recreation Center. Miss Martin plans to attend Anderson University. She was a member of the Key Club at CHS, where she was ranked 14th in the senior class. Martin was a cheerleader at CHS and will also be a member of the cheerleading team at North Greenville. Pictured are, left to right, Sallie Goldfinch, CHS Key Club faculty adviser; Stevie’s mother Michelle Martin; Stevie Martin; and Conway Kiwanis Club president Byron David.
Loris High School senior Lynzi Hammett, third from left, was recently presented a $1,000 scholarship during the Kiwanis Club of Conway’s weekly meeting at the Conway Recreation Center. Miss Hammett plans to attend Wofford College where she will major in chemistry. She is a four year member of the LHS Key Club and is ranked fifth in her class. Pictured are, left to right, Richard McCleary, chairman of the Service Leadership Program committee for the Conway Kiwanis Club; Byron David, president; Lynzi Hammett; her mother Laura; and Denese Tyler, LHS Key Club faculty adviser.
(source: The Horry Independent)
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