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Fall 2012 scholarship recipients

Brooke McCurley, of Calico Rock, AR, was awarded the Dora Fee Bruce Scholarship. McCurley graduated from Calico Rock High School in 2012. She is the daughter of Doug and Melinda McCurley. Brooke received numerous academic awards during her high school years. She served as her senior class vice president, vice president of the senior Beta Club, president of Mu Alpha Theta, Student Council Vice President, Future Business Leaders of America Treasurer, Math and Science Club Reporter, G.U.T.S. Reporter and the Gifted and Talented Vice President. Brooke also was a member of FCA and EAST. She was the basketball team captain. McCurley is a member of Pleasant Valley Community Church. She is involved in many community activities as well. Toys for Tots, Coats for Kids, Samaritans Village Purse Christmas Shoe Box Collections, Food Room Food Drives and Summer Basketball Camp are a few community activities she is a part of. McCurley is currently seeking an Associate of Arts degree. She then plans to pursue a bachelor’s degree in dental hygiene.

 

Angel Wyble, of Mountain Home, AR, was awarded the Roller Funeral Home Scholarship in memory of Mildred Ware. Wyble is a Mountain Home High School graduate. Angel is the daughter of Lori and Robert Wyble. In 2011, she was the class president of the LPN program. She is an active donor for the Red Cross. Wyble plans to pursue obstetrics.



Angela Reynolds, of Yellville, AR, was awarded the Roller Funeral Home Scholarship in memory of Mildred Ware. Reynolds is an Orange Park High School graduate of Orange Park, Florida. She is currently pursuing an Associate of Applied Science degree in funeral science.

 

Devyn Bratten, of Horseshoe Bend, AR, was awarded the Newth Scholarship. Bratten graduated from Izard County High School this year. Bratten was a member of the Beta Club, Key Club, Spanish Club, Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, Future Business Leaders of America, Yearbook Committee and Prom Committee. She spends her free time at the Horseshoe Bend Chamber of Commerce. Devyn Bratten is the granddaughter of Ron and Treva Bratten. She is currently pursuing an Associate of Arts degree.

 

Lisa Balsano, of Mountain Home, AR, was awarded the Roller Funeral Home Scholarship in memory of Mildred Ware. Lisa graduated from North Central Christian School. She enjoys fundraising and stays active in her church by aiding in the children’s department. Currently, Lisa is enrolled in the LPN program.

 

Marlaina Long, of Salem, AR, was awarded the Patrick Michael McKenna Memorial Scholarship. She is an Izard County High School graduate of 2004. Throughout high school, she played basketball, softball, and track. She was a member of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Spanish Club, Future Farmers of America, and the Girl Scouts. She is currently pursuing a degree in business management.

 

Sarah Brotherton, of Salem, AR, was awarded the Patrick McKenna Memorial Scholarship. Brotherton graduated from Salem High School. While at Salem High School, Sarah was involved in Family, Career and Community Leaders of America. She also served as a camp counselor for Camp Fit & Fun for nearly four years. She is currently pursuing an Associate of Arts in Teaching (AAT) in Early Childhood Education (Preschool through Grade 4).

 

Katy Page, of Gassville, AR, was awarded the Roller Funeral Home Scholarship in memory of Mildred Ware. Page is a graduate of Calico Rock High School. Katy is a 4-H Volunteer. She enjoys participating in Lads to Leaders/Leaderettes. She has served as a judge in the Lads to Leaders/Leaderettes convention and is a puppet team leader year-round at her church. Currently, Katy is pursuing an Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) in Funeral Science.   

 

Shea Crawford, of Mountain Home, AR, was awarded the Douglas Family Scholarship. Crawford is a Mountain Home High School graduate. While at MHHS, he was Phi Beta Lambda Vice President. His planned course of study is business.

 

Thomas Holt, of Clarkridge, AR, was awarded the Douglas Family Scholarship. Holt is a Mountain Home High School graduate. Holt served as a Health and Human Services academy representative and cheerleader while in high school. Holt volunteers at The Salvation Army. Thomas’s planned course of study is business.

 

Avery Bird, of Gassville, AR, was awarded the South Shore Scholarship. Bird is a Mountain Home High School graduate. While at MHHS, she was a member of Future Farmers of America for six years and an officer for five. She was a member of the band for seven years, and served as band section leader for one year. Bird also was a member of German Club. Currently, Avery is pursuing an Associate of Arts degree.

 

Kolton Jensen, of Flippin, AR, was awarded the South Shore Scholarship. Jensen is a graduate of Flippin High School. He was a member of Future Farmers of America, Art Club, Arkansas Young Artist Association and Future Business Leaders of America. Also, he played basketball, baseball, golf, and skeet. Jensen is currently pursuing an Associate of Arts degree.  

 

Cindy Lindstrom, of Horseshoes Bend, AR, was awarded the Wilma Greeley Memorial Scholarship. Her planned course of study is respiratory care.

 

Pamela Backus, of Lakeview, AR, was awarded the Wilma Greeley Memorial Scholarship. Backus was a homeschooled student. She is currently pursuing an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Information Technology with an emphasis in computer graphics.

 

Sarah Rodgers, of Calico Rock, AR, was awarded the Evelyn Hill Osborn Teacher Education Scholarship. Rodgers is a Norfork High School graduate. Her planned course of study is early childhood education.

 

Renee Wyatt, of Mountain Home, AR, was awarded the Joe Dan and Carol Tyler Nursing Scholarship. Renee is a Forsyth High School graduate of Forsyth, MO. She is employed by the Christian Clinic where she does clinical rotation. Wyatt is a member of Eastside Baptist Church. She plans to study nursing.

 

Andrea Melton, of Mountain Home, AR, was awarded the Denny Smith Scholarship. Andrea is a 2012 graduate of Mountain Home High School. While at MHHS, Andrea was a member of Art Club, Thespian Troupe, Civitan Club, Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, and Girl Scouts. She was a member of the MHHS Dance Team and Mountain Home School of the Arts. Her planned course of study is physical therapy.

 

Sean Shelton, of Horseshoe Bend, AR, was awarded the Mildred S. Griffin Endowed Scholarship. Shelton is an Izard County High School graduate. His planned course of study is physical therapy.

 

Ashley Farris, of Mountain Home, AR, was awarded the Baptist Collegiate Ministry Spiritual Development Scholarship. Farris is a Mountain Home High School graduate. She is currently a member of the Baptist Collegiate Ministry. She is pursuing an Associate of Arts degree.

 

Kaitey Willingham, of Mountain Home, AR, was awarded the Baptist Collegiate Ministry Spiritual Development Scholarship. Willingham is a 2012 Mountain Home High School graduate. While at MHHS, she was a member of Future Business Leaders of America, Key Club, National Honor Society, and Spanish Club. She played on the softball team. Kaitey is a member of Real Life Church. Her planned course of study is dentistry.

 

Kristen Rivas, of Mountain Home, AR, was awarded the David and Ethel Powel Memorial Scholarship. Kristen is a graduate of Mountain Home High School. Her planned course of study is business.

 

 

Brittany Green, of Gassville, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Green is a martial arts instructor at White Eagle Hapkido Academy in Mountain Home. She plans to study nutrition and physical fitness.

 

Ryan Hensley, of Yellville, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Hensley is a 2012 Yellville-Summit High School graduate. He is currently pursuing a business degree.

 

Skiver Tribble, of Mountain Home, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Tribble is a 2012 Mountain Home High School graduate. Tribble was heavily involved in high school clubs including German Club, HOSA, Planeteers, Key Club, Journalism, and National Honor Society. She is pursuing an Associate of Arts degree.

 

Dylan Jacob Akins, of Gainesville, MO, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Akins is a 2012 Gainesville High School graduate. In high school, Akins was involved in FCCLA, Science Club, and the English Summit Conference. He is currently pursuing an Associate of Arts degree.

 

Olivia Wolfe, of Cotter, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Wolfe is a member of First United Methodist Church, the Mountain Home Symphony, Homestyle Christian Educators, and the Twin Lakes Playhouse. Wolfe is pursuing an Associate of Arts degree.

 

Shea Crawford, of Mountain Home, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Crawford is a 2012 Mountain Home High School graduate. Crawford was on his high school basketball team, a member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and Spanish Club. His planned course of study is business. 

 

Brookes Norman, of Midway, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Norman earned his GED this year. He is pursuing a degree in welding.

 

Jillayne Willis, of St. Joe, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. She is a 2012 graduate of St. Joe High School. Willis played several sports in high school including basketball, cheerleading, track, softball, archery, and SWAT rugby. Willis was a member of Future Business Leaders of America and Quiz Bowl. She will later declare a major.

 

Daniel Guilhot, of Cotter, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Guilhot was a homeschooled student and earned his GED in 2011. Guilhot is currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in computer information systems.

Andrea Marquis, of Mountain Home, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Marquis is a 2012 Mountain Home High School graduate. She will later decide a major.

Sidne Bowman, of Mountain Home, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Bowman is a 2012 Mountain Home High School graduate. In high school, Bowman was in involved in the Mountain Home High School varsity cheer squad and was the vice president of her senior class. Bowman plans to pursue a degree in international sales and marketing.

 

Cody Sallee, of Mountain Home, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Sallee is a 2012 Mountain Home High School graduate. Sallee will later decide a major.

 

Elizabeth Wilson, of Mountain Home, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Wilson is a 2012 Mountain Home High School graduate. Wilson was active in high school clubs including the Baxter Bomb Squad and FIRST Robotics Club. Wilson is majoring in nursing.

 

Brooke McCurley, of Calico Rock, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. McCurley graduated from Calico Rock High School this year. McCurley was captain of the basketball team and played softball during high school. She was senior class vice president, senior Beta Club president, Mu Alpha Theta president, vice president of Student Council, treasurer of Future Business Leaders of America, a member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes, reporter of the Math and Science Club, treasurer of G.U.T.S., and vice president of Gifted and Talented. McCurley is a member of Pleasant Valley Community Church. She is involved in many community activities. McCurley is currently pursuing an Associate of Arts degree, and then will work toward a Bachelor of Science in dental hygiene.

Katherine Vickers, of Yellville, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Vickers graduated from Yellville-Summit High School this year. During high school, Vickers played in the band. She also performed as a majorette. For two years, Vickers directed the Yellville-Summit High School majorettes as majorette captain. Vickers is an active member at the First Presbyterian Church in Yellville. She is currently pursuing an Associate of Applied Science in Registered Nursing (Licensed Practical Nurse/Paramedic to Registered Nurse Bridge).

 

Johnathan Mrsny, of Jordan, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Mrsny graduated from Norfork High School this year. Mrsny stayed active in several high school activities including Future Business Leaders of America, History Club, and Geology Club. He also played on the bowling and baseball team. Mrsny is currently pursuing an Associate of Arts degree.

 

Nicholas Holland, of Mountain Home, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Holland graduated from the Mountain Home Adult Education Center this year. He is currently pursuing an Associate of Arts degree.

 

Bradley Morrison, of Salesville, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Morrision graduated from Norfork High School this year. He was involved in BETA Club, Family Career and Community Leaders of America, Quiz Bowl, History Club, as well as Students Against Destructive Decisions Club. Morrison also played on the basketball team at Norfork High School. He will later declare a major.

 

Kimber Woods, of Marshall, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Woods graduated from Marshall High School this year. Woods was involved in several student organizations including Future Business Leaders of America, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Student Council, Talent Search, and the Gifted and Talented program. Woods also played basketball and volleyball. Woods will pursue pre-pharmacy.

 

Samantha Tucker, of Lead Hill, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Tucker graduated from Lead Hill High School this year. Samantha was active in the Youth Leadership Academy, Robotics, and tutoring. She is currently studying intermediate education in math and science.

 

Brandon Barnes, of Henderson, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Barnes graduated from Mountain Home High School this year. He stayed active in Future Business Leaders of America and volunteered his auctioneering services for local benefits. Barnes is majoring in business.

 

Morgan Collins, of Viola, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Collins obtained her GED this year. She plans to study radiology.

 

Dylan Pierce, of Mountain Home, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. He enjoys playing sports including football and baseball. Pierce is a 2011 Mountain Home High School graduate. He is currently studying business.

 

Ryan Sullivan, of Armorel, AR, graduated from Amorel High School this year. Sullivan was active in the varsity baseball team, Future Business Leaders of America, and Beta Club. He was a Class Officer. Sullivan is an active member of his church youth group. He plans to study agriculture.  

 

Jonathon Everett, of Norfork, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Everett graduated from Norfork High School this year. Everett stays active in the community by attending Eastside Baptist Church of Mountain Home. He participated in organizations such as Senior Beta Club, Future Business Leaders of America, and History Club. He is currently pursuing accounting.

 

Porter Avise, of Yellville, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Avise graduated from Yellville-Summit High School this year. Avise participated in Future Business Leaders of America and Student Council. He was involved in the Advanced South Shore Youth Leadership Team. He is a board member of the Marion County Community Services. He is currently pursuing a degree in computer science.

 

Sean Shelton, of Horseshoe Bend, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Shelton graduated from Izard County High School this year. Shelton stayed active in student organizations. Shelton was involved in Key Club, BETA Club, Drama Club, Quiz Bowl, and the bowling team. Shelton was Senior Class President. Shelton plans to study physical therapy.

Kenneth Eubanks, of Blytheville, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Woods graduated from Armorel High School this year. Eubanks played for the basketball and baseball teams at Armorel High School. He was also involved in high school clubs including Future Business Leaders of America, Gifted and Talented, and Beta Club. He is heavily involved in community organizations including youth leadership, March of Dimes, Make a Wish Foundation, Arkansas Children’s Hospital, Blytheville Food Pantry, and Blytheville Humane Society. Eubanks is also the creator of a school-wide recycling program for paper. He will later declare a major.

William Henderson, of Mountain Home, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Henderson graduated from Mountain Home High School this year. Henderson played for the Mountain Home High School Bomber football team. He is a member of the Riverside Church of Christ and youth group. Henderson is currently pursuing a degree in accounting and finance.

Kaitey Willingham, of Mountain Home, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Willingham graduated from Mountain Home High School this year. She was involved in high school clubs including Key Club, National Honor Society, and Spanish Club. She is a member of Real Life Church. Her planned course of study is dentistry.

Randolph Smith, of Mountain Home, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Smith earned his GED this year. He is pursuing a welding degree.

 

Joseph Roper, of Viola, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Roper graduated from Viola High School this year. In high school, Roper was involved in Future Farmers of America, Future Business Leaders of America, Beta Club, 4-H, Student Council, and Spanish Club. Roper will later declare a major.

 

Derek Bodenhamer, of Mountain Home, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Bodenhamer graduated from Mountain Home High School (MHHS) this year. In high school, Bodenhamer was involved in Fellowship of Christian Athletes and German Club. He also played on the MHHS football team. Bodenhamer is studying education.

 

Devyn Bratten, of Horseshoe Bend, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Bratten graduated from Izard County High School this year. Bratten was a member of the Beta Club, Key Club, Spanish Club, Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, Future Business Leaders of America, Yearbook Committee, and Prom Committee. She spends her free time at the Horseshoe Bend Chamber of Commerce. Devyn Bratten is the granddaughter of Ron and Treva Bratten. She will later declare a major.

 

Richard Garretson, of Mountain Home, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Garretson is a 2012 Mountain Home High School graduate. In high school, Garretson played tennis, racquetball, and was an active member at his youth group. He plans to pursue a degree in occupational therapy.

Jake Shrable, of Mountain Home, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Shrable is a graduate of Mountain Home High School. He played tennis while in high school. He also was on the wrestling team. Shrable was a CAB representative at MHHS. He plans to study pre medicine.

 

Taylor Cowgill, of Dolph, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Cowgill is pursuing an Associate of Arts degree in Teaching.

Bridgett Sneathern, of Pineville, AR, was awarded the Academic   Distinction Scholarship. Sneathern graduated from Calico Rock High School this year. She was active in several clubs including Beta Club, Mu Alpha Theta, EAST (an environmental and spatial program), and the Math and Science Club. Sneathern will later decide her major.

 

Valory Zortman, of Mountain Home, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Zortman is a 2012 Mountain Home High School graduate. While in high school, she participated in Track and Field, Art Club, and was the CAB WRAP Director of Arts. Zortman is an ASUMH Ambassador. She also volunteers for the Norfork Lake Chamber of Commerce. She is pursuing an Associate of Arts degree.

Bailey Brown, of Mountain Home, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Bailey is a Teen Library Council Member at the Donald W. Reynolds Library. Brown will later decide a major.

Jessica Caviness, of Yellville, AR, was awarded the McMullin Outstanding Student Scholarship. Caviness earned her GED at 16 years old. She is involved in several ASUMH organizations including Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, Fran Coulter Honors Program, and Student Government Association. Jessica is an instructor at North Arkansas Martial Arts in Yellville. She is a fourth degree black belt in Taekwondo. She is a math and science (physics) major and Spanish minor.