Moss companies give scholarships for trio of 2009 area high school seniors

 

MOSS-Honest Abe Log Homes, Green Forest Wood Products and the related companies at Moss awarded scholarships at area high school graduations earlier this year.

“Our companies are honored to help with the support to some of our local high school graduates, who seek continued education in college or vocational school,” said a company spokesperson. 

Each year, Green Forest Wood Products and related companies award $1,000 scholarship to area high school graduates. In 2009, three were given to seniors of employees who worked at the companies based on plans and needs for continued education.

 

 

SCHOLARSHIP-Curtis Allen Collins, son of Linda and Bobby Collins, of Moss. Bobby works at G.F. Hardwoods, which issued this scholarship. Collins plans to attend Livingston Vocational School this month and later transfer to Tennessee Tech. He graduated from Clay County High School.

SCHOLARSHIP-Curtis Allen Collins, son of Linda and Bobby Collins, of Moss. Bobby works at G.F. Hardwoods, which issued this scholarship. Collins plans to attend Livingston Vocational School this month and later transfer to Tennessee Tech. He graduated from Clay County High School.

SCHOLARSHIP-Haley L. Wix, daughter of Junior and Sandra Wix of Celina. Junior works at Mitchell Creek Marina, which issued this $1,000 scholarship. Wix plans to attend Livingston Vocational School in September and later attend Tennessee Tech. She graduated from Clay County High School. (Photos submitted)

SCHOLARSHIP-Haley L. Wix, daughter of Junior and Sandra Wix of Celina. Junior works at Mitchell Creek Marina, which issued this $1,000 scholarship. Wix plans to attend Livingston Vocational School in September and later attend Tennessee Tech. She graduated from Clay County High School. (Photos submitted)

 

SCHOLARSHIP-Ciara Paige Green, daughter of Melinda and Ricky Green and sister, Savanna, of Red Boiling Springs. Ricky works at Barky Beaver Mulch, which issued this $1,000 scholarship. Ciara plans to attend Tennessee Tech in the fall of 2009. She graduated from Red Boiling Springs High School.

SCHOLARSHIP-Ciara Paige Green, daughter of Melinda and Ricky Green and sister, Savanna, of Red Boiling Springs. Ricky works at Barky Beaver Mulch, which issued this $1,000 scholarship. Ciara plans to attend Tennessee Tech in the fall of 2009. She graduated from Red Boiling Springs High School.