2012 Scholarship Recipients
Total Scholarships Awarded - $7,000
Nolin RECC believes in the future of our community. In fact, your co-op has such a genuine interest in you and your children, that we offer our members $7,000 annually in college scholarships.
The scholarships are available to graduating high school seniors and adults who are going back to school after taking a break from college.
Parents: Charles & Teresa Conder
Graduate of Central Hardin High School
Brittany plans to study interior design at Western Kentucky University. Brittany is active in several community services including helping with the annual Hospice Tea.
Parents: James & Diane Dunkin
Graduate of North Hardin High School
Cody has been accepted into the engineering program at the University of Louisville Speed School and plans to eventually earn a master's degree. Cody is a past recipient of the Vine Grove Freedom Award for Outstanding Service to the city and received his Eagle Scout Rank in 2010.
Parents: Timothy & Angela Inman
Graduate of John Hardin High School
Alixandru plans to earn a degree in business marketing and accounting. Alixandru received his Eagle Scout Rank in 2010 and has since earned four Eagle Palms. He works as a lifeguard at Camp Crooked Creek during the summer for the Boy Scouts of America.
Continuing Education Scholarship Recipient: She and her husband, Clark, have three children. Sheila is enrolled in the nursing program at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College. Her goal is to become a flight critical care nurse.
Parents: Christopher & Maureen Thompson
Graduate of Elizabethtown High School
Alec says he wants to major in architecture and engineering at the University of Louisville. Believing young kids at risk need a positive influence and role model, Alec has been involved in Big Brothers/Big Sisters for two years as a mentor.
Parents: Jerry & Barbara Barros
Graduate of LaRue County High School
She plans to attend Campbellsville University to receive a degree in nursing. Katie hopes to return to the area to work as a nurse at Hardin Memorial Hospital.
Parents: David & Tamara Ohler
Graduate of Faith Home School Group
She has been accepted into Murray State University's dramatic arts program. It is Colleen's desire to explore all aspects of drama ministry and the technologies of theater production.