CEMC announces 2022 senior scholarship winners

Graduation cap and diploma

Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation is pleased to announce the winners of its 2022 Senior Scholarship Program. Each of these students has been awarded a $1,000 college scholarship that can be used toward freshman year expenses such as tuition, textbooks and lab fees.

Hannah Ballentine

Hanna Ballentine

Hanna Ballentine will graduate from Goodpasture Christian School and is attending Freed-Hardeman University.

Baylor Betts

Baylor Betts

Baylor Betts will graduate from Springfield High School and is attending UT Knoxville.

Emily Disney

Emily Disney will graduate from Greenbrier High School and is attending Volunteer State Community College.

Tyanne Howe

Tyanne Howe

Tyanne Howe will graduate from Clarksville High School and is attending University of TN, Chattanooga.

Kayla Frost

Kayla Frost will graduate from Jo Byrns High School and is attending UT Martin.

Zach Johnson

Zachariah Johnson

Zachariah Johnson will graduate from Montgomery Central HS and is attending UT Knoxville.

Lindsey Welker

Lindsey Welker

Lindsey Welker will graduate from Stewart County High School and is attending Austin Peay.

Gracey Suggs

Gracey Suggs

Gracey Suggs will graduate from Montgomery Central HS and is attending Austin Peay.

Brayden Barnhill

Brayden Barnhill will graduate from South Haven Christian School and is attending UT Knoxville.

Reece Boyd

Reece Boyd

Reece Boyd will graduate from Goodpasture Christian School and is attending Lipscomb University.

Abigail Hall

Abigail Hall

Abigail Hall will graduate from East Robertson High School and is attending Austin Peay.

Makenzi Bouras

Makenzi Bouras

Makenzi Bouras will graduate from Stewart County High School and is attending UT Martin.

To qualify for the award, students were required to complete applications, each including two letters of recommendation, and write 300-word essays describing what they look forward to most about attending college and how scholarships, in terms of financial assistance, will help them complete their educational goals. The applications were judged by a panel of retired teachers. Congratulations to each of this year’s recipients!