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APSU awards Bridge Scholarships to Upward Bound students

Austin Peay has awarded High School Upward Bound Bridge Scholarships to eight students from Montgomery County.

The High School Upward Bound program is a federally funded grant program that provides services to potential first-generation college students. The scholarship is worth approximately $2,000 and includes tuition for two courses, textbooks and supplies at APSU.

This years recipients are:

•Cindy Black, daughter of William and Mary Black, Southside
•Angela Gardner, daughter of David and Allison Gardner, Clarksville Austin Peay has awarded High School Upward Bound Bridge Scholarships to eight students from Montgomery County.

The High School Upward Bound program is a federally funded grant program that provides services to potential first-generation college students. The scholarship is worth approximately $2,000 and includes tuition for two courses, textbooks and supplies at APSU.

This year's recipients are:

•Cindy Black, daughter of William and Mary Black, Southside
•Angela Gardner, daughter of David and Allison Gardner, Clarksville
•Alicia Hill, daughter of Diane Jones, Clarksville
•Lakeisha Hutchinson, daughter of Michael and Ramona Rudolph, Clarksville
•Kristina Lehew, daughter of Michael and Delicia Hayes, Clarksville
•Jae Lee, son of Sang-Won and Sook-Hee Lee, Clarksville
•Jesus Lopez, son of Margie Lopez, Clarksville
•DeAnna Parsons, daughter of Alexander and Selma Parsons, Clarksville

For more information, telephone Marsha Lyle-Gonga, director of High School Upward Bound, at 6224.
—Rebecca Mackey