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20 high school students awarded fully paid scholarships

(Credit: Al Barber) (Credit: Al Barber)
(Credit: Al Barber) (Credit: Al Barber)
COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) -

Several local high school students received scholarship money at the 10th annual Driver Education Scholarship Banquet held Thursday night.

Twenty area high school teens were awarded fully paid scholarships at the ceremony, held at Barber’s Driving School.

Al Barber, owner of Barber’s Driving School, said this was the largest amount of scholarship money they’ve given out to high school drivers.

The winners are as follows:

Carver High School
Angel Rosser
Rickey Hardaway

Columbus High School 
Audrey Kernodle
Mikail Albritton

Early College
Regina Gardner
DeNasha Patterson

Hardaway High School
Barry Keith Brown Jr.
BreAhna Baker

Harris County High School
Alexia Marie Smith
William Chase Taunton

Jordan High School
Jessica Martin
Jacob Gilbreath

Kendrick High School
Byron Jackson
Chariena Woods

Northside High School
Jonathan P. Myrthil
Katherine Lovern

Shaw High School
Erica Glover

Congratulations to all the winners! 

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