The recipients were selected by their essay submissions on how these funds would assist them financially.
The deadline for the Scholarship was July 8,2019.
“It was difficult as essays were well written and expressive, “ said Tina Henderson-Porter, however the selection committee determine those who met all requirements of the essay application were awardees.”
The following students or guardian represented were presented book scholarships in the amount of $250.00 by Vice President John Spratling and treasurer, Deborah Booker:
Makiya Garrett; Tusculum University
Jadakiss Guinn; Tennessee Tech
Alexis Hammond; Auburn University
Edward Jackson; Belmont University
Kai’Reese Pendergrass; Carson-Newman University
Javonte Thomas; Bryan College
Kjuan Stacy-Wright; Tennessee Wesleyna University
Spratling expounded on the significance of them achieving more and how important it is for them to give back to ther community which is one of the requirements of the Scholarship.
He also shared SCAA Vision: To see every boy and girl in the community reaches his/her potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens and challenges each recipient to do their best at college excelling beyond their capacity.
Both John Spratling and Deborah Booker challenged the recipients and their parents to keep SCAA executive committee members apprised of their progress. Know that they will be called on in 2020 to carry out some task as SCAA commemorates the biennial Scarboro reunion.
SCAA’s mission is to empower the community to become responsible citizens and stewards of the community through community service projects and support services and to affirm the integrity of our neighborhood in an effort to enhance Individual self-worth.
Membership is $30 a year and half of the dues go toward scholarship.
Send memberships to SCAA,P.O.Box 5418, Oak Ridge, TN 37831-5418.
SCAA is a not for profit organization.
Tina Henderson-Porter serves as President of SCAA.