The Greenville Kiwanis Club presented Fort Dale Academy senior Anne Matthews and Greenville High School senior Kayla Small with the club’s Community Service Scholarship on Tuesday. Each students received a $1,000 scholarship. The student must have provided at least 100 hours of certified community service during Key Club membership years. The students service could be with the Key Club, Kiwanis Club, community organizations, school learning projects, religious-based service or an individual effort to help others and improve the community. Pictured are, from left to right, Josh Simmons, Warren Matthews, Elizabeth Matthews, Anne Matthews, Kayla Small, Brandi Autrey and Tera Simmons. (Advocate Staff/Tracy Salter)
The Greenville Kiwanis Club presented Fort Dale Academy senior Anne Matthews and Greenville High School senior Kayla Small with the club’s Community Service Scholarship on Tuesday. Each students received a $1,000 scholarship. The student must have provided at least 100 hours of certified community service during Key Club membership years. The students service could be with the Key Club, Kiwanis Club, community organizations, school learning projects, religious-based service or an individual effort to help others and improve the community. Pictured are, from left to right, Josh Simmons, Warren Matthews, Elizabeth Matthews, Anne Matthews, Kayla Small, Brandi Autrey and Tera Simmons. (Advocate Staff/Tracy Salter)

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Kiwanis Club awards scholarships to Matthews, Small

Published 1:19pm Friday, May 10, 2013

The Greenville Kiwanis Club presented Fort Dale Academy senior Anne Matthews and Greenville High School senior Kayla Small with the club’s Community Service Scholarship on Tuesday. Each students received a $1,000 scholarship. The student must have provided at least 100 hours of certified community service during Key Club membership years. The students service could be with the Key Club, Kiwanis Club, community organizations, school learning projects, religious-based service or an individual effort to help others and improve the community.

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