At the May 22, 2019 Honors Awards Program, held at Bullock County High School, seven graduating seniors were awarded NAACP Scholarships by Bullock County NAACP.
Scholarship recipients are on their way to higher education at various colleges and universities in Alabama.
Criteria for receiving the NAACP scholarship included writing an essays on "The History of the NAACP and its impact Today," and submitting an acceptance letters from the colleges and universities he/she planned to attend.
The NAACP scholars were awarded Certificates of Achievement and scholarship funds to assist in their higher education pursuits at the May 22 Honors Awards Program by Dr. James V. Poe, Jr., President, Bullock County NAACP and Mrs. Bertha Coleman Poe, Treasurer.
From left to right Keatrice Streeter, Miles College; T'Ericka Rodgers, Stillman College; Tyericka Rodgers, Stillman College (twins); Martez Lampley, Trenholm State Community College; Jacarri Hurt, Alabama A&M University, Tesia Hooks, Miles College; Taylor Poe, Alabama State University.
The NAACP is the nations oldest and most recognized civil and human rights organization founded February 12, 1909 by two Black and six White citizens in New York City concerned about equal justice and equal opportunities for ALL citizens of the United States.
Congratulations and Best Wishes to the 2019 Bullock County High School NAACP Scholarship recipients, their families, Mr. James, Bullock County High School Principal, faculty and staff.
On behalf of the Bullock County NAACP Officers and members, we thank the community and businesses for your support.