The Devonshire Parish Council is proud to announce that they have selected two remarkable individuals to receive the 2022 Scholarship.
The recipients distinguished themselves through their passion, enthusiasm and determination to succeed in their chosen area of study. This year’s awardees are Armani Brandy and Micah Richardson.
Pictured left to right: Council Steele, Awardee Armani Brandy, Council Grant, Awardee Micah Richardson, and Council Dill. Missing from photo: Council Saunders
• Armani Brandy is an ambitious, thoughtful and determined young woman. A lover of dance, she uses this artistic medium to express herself, connect with her community and foster positive relationships. She will be attending Clark Atlanta University to study Early Childhood Education.
• Micah Richardson has a passion for the environment and will be studying Environmental Science at Mount Allison University. This enterprising young man has already distinguished himself through his work with numerous community services organisations and his advocacy for combating climate change, particularly as it affects small island nations.
It is our pleasure to help students achieve their educational goals through this scholarship and we look forward to witnessing their future growth and accomplishments.
The Devonshire Parish Council Scholarship is offered annually to Devonshire residents, with a maximum value of up to $5,000.00 per awardee for undergraduate and graduate studies. For more information about the Devonshire Parish Council Scholarship, email the Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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