, Corbin, KY


May 31, 2011

Local students receive Cumberlands scholarships

CORBIN — Special to the Times-Tribune

University of the Cumberlands has honored the following students as Christian Leadership Scholarship award winners. The scholarship awards students $1,000.

*Brooke Johnson, of Corbin. Johnson is the daughter of Brian and Ella Johnson and is a member at Faith Assembly of God.

*DeAndra King, of London. King is the daughter of Gary and Ramona King and is a member at Liberty Missionary Baptist.

*Christopher Lowrie, of Williamsburg. Lowrie is the son of Kevin and Tammie Lowrie and is a member at Main Street Baptist.

*Matthew Maher, of Corbin. Maher is the son of William and Esther Maher and is a member at Falls Junction Church of God.

*Travis Sulfridge, of Williamsburg. Sulfridge is the son of Vincent and Pamela Sulfridge and is a member at Briar Creek Church of God.

*Daniel Upchurch, of Corbin. Upchurch is the son of Russell and Regina Upchurch and is a member at Central Baptist Church.

*Caitlyn Walden, of Williamsburg. Walden is the daughter of James and Sarah Walden and is a member at Mt. Ash Baptist Church.

The University of the Cumberlands’ Christian Leadership Scholarship Program exists to acknowledge the contributions of deserving students to their churches and to other Christian organizations. In doing so, the university is making an investment in the lives of the students selected for these scholarships and in the future of the organizations they represent.

Believing that the most meaningful and rewarding life is one that is spent in service to others, the university implemented the scholarship program to enhance the commitment that individual students are making to provide leadership to various Christian organizations.

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