Cahill, Lee receive Rotary Club scholarships
Two students at South Georgia State College’s Waycross Campus have been awarded $250 scholarships from the Waycross Rotary Club. Christy Cahill and Melissa Lee, both of Waycross, received their scholarships at a recent weekly meeting of the Club.
Cahill is a 2011 graduate of Ware County High School and is majoring in English. She is the secretary for the Waycross Campus Student Government Association and vice president of the Sci-Fi and Fantasy Club. She has also been a member of the Waycross Campus Relay for Life team.
Lee is a 2008 graduate of Pierce County High School and is majoring in Middle Grades Education. Her ultimate goal is to obtain a bachelor’s degree from Albany State University and teach mathematics at the middle school level. She is a member of Emmanuel Baptist Church.
Dr. David Morton, director of the Rotary Club’s scholarship committee, presented the scholarships to Cahill and Lee.
PHOTO: (L-R): Taylor Hereford, interim director of South Georgia State College’s Waycross Campus; Butch Miller, president of the Waycross Rotary Club; Christy Cahill, scholarship recipient; Melissa Lee, scholarship recipient; and Dr. David Morton, director of the Waycross Rotary Club’s scholarship committee.