Adna B. Fulton Family Scholarship Awards Six Students with $750 Each
The Adna B. Fulton Family Scholarship recently awarded six scholarships to Madison Breeden, Lawrence Davis III, Breanna Dawson, Dominique King, Kira Knotts and Brock Penn. Mr. Fulton established this scholarship at the Community Foundation of Washington County MD to provide scholarships to students pursuing a post-secondary education, with preference given to AC&T employees and their children or grandchildren.
Madison Breeden graduated from North Hagerstown High School where she was a varsity cheerleader and participated in Blue and Gray Circuit Horse Shows. She plans to attend a four-year university and major in Veterinary Technology. Her mom works at AC&T.
Lawrence Davis III graduated from Saint James School and participated in yearbook, varsity baseball, varsity basketball and the Investment Club. He plans to pursue a degree in finance in college. His dad works in sales at AC&T.
Breanna Dawson currently goes to Southern New Hampshire University, majoring in human resources with a concentration in substance abuse. She volunteers as a cheer coach for the Eastern Panhandle Youth Football League. Dawson works full-time for AC&T.
Dominique King attends Penn State Mont Alto, pursuing a degree in marketing and management. She participates in orchestra, dance and student government. King works for AC&T.
Kira Knotts graduated from Clear Spring High School where she served as vice president of National Honor Society and a huddle leader for Fellowship of Christian Athletes. She was also involved in dance, student government, Best Buddies and prom committee. Knotts plans to attend a university with an accredited dance program. She has a grandparent who works for AC&T.
Brock Penn attended St. Maria Goretti High School where he was a school tour guide and basketball camp counselor. He plans to go to the University of Lynchburg and major in sport management. His father works in the main office at AC&T.