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St George's Parish Council has presented scholarship awards to five students.

Alesha Page, Patience Lowe, Kennedy Middleton, Odile Baker and Jahni Pearman were all recognised for their academic abilities and commitment to community service.

The scholarship committee said in a statement: “This year's group of applicants were of a very high calibre and during the interviews the students shared amazing stories of their struggles and sacrifices they have endured while pursuing their academic goals.”

Alesha Page is a postgraduate student undergoing a Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Medical and Health Science in St Kitts.

Patience Lowe is enrolled in Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science programme at the University of Lincoln.

Kennedy Middleton is being educated at Spelman College in Atlanta where she is undergoing a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science/Education.

Odile Baker is studying at Baltimore City Community College and is enrolled in the Nursing programme.

Jahni Pearman is pursuing a Bachelor of Art Education at Florida International University.

Alesha Page
Patience Lowe
Kennedy Middleton
Odile Baker
Jahni Pearman
St George's Parish Council awarded scholarships to five students (Photograph supplied)

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Published September 14, 2016 at 4:09 pm (Updated September 14, 2016 at 4:09 pm)

St George’s hands out scholarships

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