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Students receive scholarships during TSTC banquet

Students receive scholarships during TSTC banquet
February 21
23:04 2018

The Breckenridge campus of Texas State Technical College held its Spring 2018 Scholarship Banquet on Wednesday, Feb. 14, and handed out scholarships to local TSTC students.

The banquet, which has a different theme each semester and brings together students and scholarship sponsors, is held at the beginning of each the school’s three semesters. The theme for this semester’s banquet was Mardi Gras.

Recipients of scholarships this semester include Aryeauna Chappell, Breckenridge Garden Club scholarship presented by Winnie Barclay; Bryan Griffith, Breck Operating Scholarship presented by Paul Prater; Ryan Appleby, Bruce B. Cloud Scholarship; Maria Ramos, Burrell McKelvain Scholarship, presented by Burrell McKelvain; Roderick Mayfield, CDC REACH Club presented by Patty Bundick; Erik Rodriquez, Rotary Club of Breckenridge, presented by Eric Brennan; Alexius West, Stephens Memorial Hospital Auxiliary scholarship presented by Winnie Barclay; and, Maria Richardson, TSTC Registration Rally Drawing, presented by D. Hill.

During the banquet 10 Texan Success Scholarships were presented by TSTC Foundation Board Member Virgil Moore. Recipients are: Zackery Overmyer, Ray Amaya, Christopher Johnson, Jennifer McCormick, Adam Reynolds, Julio Sanchez, David Serrato, Ronnie Short, Micheal Walker and Alexius West.


Story by Tony Pilkington/Breckenridge Texan

Cutline, top photo: Students pose with Mardi Gras masks at the TSTC Breckenridge Scholarship Banquet on Wednesday, Feb. 14. The banquet is held at the beginning of each semester. (Photo by Tony Pilkington/Breckenridge Texan)

Click here to see more photos from the banquet in the Breckenridge Texan’s photo gallery.

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