Coffey Foundation Awards Annual Fellowships | Local News

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LENOIR — The Coffey Foundation held its annual scholarship dinner on May 23 at the Cedar Rock Country Club in Lenoir.

Ten seniors from South Caldwell, West Caldwell, Hibriten and Caldwell Early College secondary schools in Caldwell County and the Caldwell Academy of Applied Sciences were recognized for their outstanding academic achievement and leadership qualities. The total scholarship awarded was $260,000. In addition to the scholarship, each student received a framed certificate and a DVD of the history of the Coffey Foundation.

• Kathryn Whisnant is a graduate of Hibriten High School and will attend UNC Chapel Hill.

• Katherine Clark is a graduate of the Caldwell Academy of Applied Sciences and will attend Embry Riddle Aeronautical University.

• Mary Catherine Ford graduated from West Caldwell High School and will attend UNC Wilmington.

• Addyson Thomas graduated from Hibriten High School and will attend UNC Chapel Hill.

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• Quinten Curtis is a graduate of South Caldwell High School and will attend UNC Chapel Hill.

• Mason Lewis graduated from South Caldwell High School and will attend NC State University.

• Jacob Norwood graduated from Hibriten High School and will attend Appalachian State University.

• Jacqueline Zelaya is a graduate of the Caldwell Applied Sciences Academy and will attend Western Carolina University.

• Mollie Church is a graduate of Caldwell Early College and will attend UNC Wilmington.

• Rachel Kripner graduated from South Caldwell High School and will attend UNC Chapel Hill.

The Coffey Foundation has a long history of providing college scholarships to Caldwell County students. In addition to these scholarships, the Foundation continues to provide numerous scholarships to students attending Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute.

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