Six students from Sequoyah County have been awarded scholarships to Carl Albert State College in Poteau and Sallisaw.
Abigail Rosslyn Hanna received the Madolyn Tubbs Memorial Scholarship. Hanna, a Sallisaw High School graduate, is the daughter of David and Sharon Hanna. She plans to major in pre-veterinary medicine.
Autumn Brooke Johnson, a graduate of Gore High School, was awarded a Delores Mitchell Non-traditional Scholarship. She is the daughter of the late Larry and Misty Johnson and plans to major in business.
Daniel Everett Jacobs was also awarded a Delores Mitchell Non-traditional Scholarship. He is the son of Ray Jacobs and Leslie Jacobs and is a Sallisaw High School graduate. He plans to major in nursing.
Jeffrey Chance Jackson, a Muldrow High School graduate, received Lynn & Ruth Yarbrough Memorial and Sallisaw Committee for Excellence Scholarships. He is the son of Jeff and Jennifer Jackson and plans to major in business.
Tayler Payne Knapp was awarded a Sallisaw Committee for Excellence Scholarship. Knapp plans to major in applied science. A Gans High School graduate, she is the son of Erin and Eual Knapp.
Zachary Tyler Hopkins (photo unavailable) was awarded a General Scholarship Fund Scholarship. The son of Charles and Kathy Hopkins, he is a Vian High School graduate and plans to major in computer information science.
Sally Maxwell, Senior News Director
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