2022 Community Action Scholarship Winners Announced

Head Start Alumni and Outstanding Community Service scholarship winners announced

In partnership with the Head Start Alumni Scholarship—Community Action Council awarded four scholarships for the upcoming 2022-2023 academic year to four Head Start alumni. These deserving students participated in an accredited Head Start program before Kindergarten and were each accepted into a two or four-year college or university.

The 2022 winners of the Head Start Alumni Scholarship are:
• Matthew Turley – Bourbon County High School
• Jurnee Smith – Bryan Station High School
• Brent Edington – Frederick Douglass High School
• Hannah Edwards-Crump – Bourbon County High School

2022 High School Seniors awarded the Outstanding Community Service award by Executive Assistant Camisha Powell.

These outstanding graduating seniors were awarded for making a difference in their communities by volunteering, combined hundreds of hours of community service.

The 2022 winners of the Outstanding Community Service Award are:
• Rosa Marie Moore Hislop – Henry Clay High School
• Luke Wiggins – Bourbon County High School
• Kennedy Lamb – South Laurel High School

For 57 years, Head Start has remained a leader in providing comprehensive education, health, nutrition, and parent involvement services to children from families with low income throughout the United States. Community Action Council offers high-quality early childhood education at our Prep Academies located throughout 13 counties and through partnerships with school systems and community-based early childhood providers.

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