Harriett Lynn Norris Scholarship Winners Announced
HARRIET LYNN NORRIS MEMORIAL TRUST
The Trustees of the Harriet Lynn Norris Memorial Trust are pleased to announce the winners of the 2021-22 scholarships. They are as follows:
Sydney is the daughter of Scott and Susan Nichols of Harrisburg, NC. Sydney is a past President of the NCJQHA and is enrolled at Trevecca Nazarene University where she is a rising Sophomore. She is majoring in Medical Science and is looking at possibly becoming a Nurse. Congratulations, Sydney!
Ashlyn is the daughter of the Robyn Mitchell and the late Eugene Gongales. Of Efland, NC. She is a director of the NCJQHA and is currently serving as their Vice President. She is graduating senior this year and is looking to attend UNC Chapel Hill to major in the medical field with her goal to become a Dermatologist. Congratulations, Ashlyn!
Quinn is the daughter of William and Gina Dunham of Greensboro, NC. She has served the NCJQHA as Vice President, Secretary, and Media Representative. She is presently enrolled in West Texas A & M University where she is studying Agricultural Media 8 Communications. Congratulations, Quinn
Callie is the daughter of Jonathan and Lisa Adams of Garner, NC She has served as past NCQHYA President, Treasurer and Director. She is presently attending Campbell University but will transfer to NC State this fall to complete her Masters in Accounting with a tax strategy focus. Congratulations, Callie!
Lola is the daughter of Bryan and Tina Knight of Kernersville, NC. She presently serves as Media Liaison for the NCQYHA. She graduates this Spring from Early College of Forsyth and is planning on attending St. Andrews University or NC State to study Equine Business. Congratulations, Lola!
The Board of Trustees would like to thank all of our applicants this year and encourage all eligible members to keep your memberships current and apply in early 2022. We would also like to thank NCQHA and all of its members for their support and contributions to the fund over the years that have made these scholarships possible.