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Nine college students receive a local scholarship to help them pay for their education.

Jack Hughston Memorial Hospital celebrated their fourth annual Sarah Hardaway Hughston Scholarship fund on Monday.

The scholarship offers money to employees and their children to help further their education.

The recipients of this year's scholarships are Javonna Cooper, Brandi Shirah, Brandon Tutt, Terri Brown, Bobbie Brooks, Tiara Lawson, Angelica Smith, and Philip Yacko.

Each student has received $1,000 towards their tuition.

Congratulations to all!

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