Kiwanis honors winners of scholarships at luncheon
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The Kiwanis Club honored recipients of the annual Marietta Kiwanis Foundation scholarships. They are Montinque Baugh, Dakota Donaldson, Hayden Kaht, Laura Sherman and Kaci Pollack. <br> Special to the MDJ
The Kiwanis Club honored recipients of the annual Marietta Kiwanis Foundation scholarships. They are Montinque Baugh, Dakota Donaldson, Hayden Kaht, Laura Sherman and Kaci Pollack.
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The Kiwanis Club of Marietta honored recipients of the annual Marietta Kiwanis Foundation scholarships during its weekly luncheon meeting on May 15.

Scholarships were available to students throughout the community who completed applications. Students’ applications were reviewed by the Scholarship Committee and a total of nine scholarships were awarded; seven administered by The Kiwanis Club of Marietta and one each where the application was made directly to Kennesaw State University and Southern Polytechnic State University. Selection criteria typically includes a combination of academic achievement, character (exemplified by extracurricular and community service activities), a written essay and financial need.

The following recipients and scholarships were awarded: Montinque Baugh – Jane & Ebbie Lance Scholarship; Dakota Donaldson – Forever Remember Scholarship; Hayden Kaht – Turner-Howard Scholarship; Laura Sherman – Fred & Drucilla Beck Scholarship at SPSU; Kaci Pollack – Bill “Scoop” Kinney Scholarship (pictured). Not pictured: Olivia Allensworth – Recipient of Founders/Beck Scholarship at KSU; David Morris – E.W. Chastain Scholarship; Jessica Teal – Special Education Scholarship; Lucy Kirby – Steve Tumlin Scholarship.

For more information about Marietta/Cobb County Kiwanis organizations, contact Executive Director Pat Huey at executivedirector@mariettakiwanis.org or (770) 432-1760.

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