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WCCC Foundation Golf Outing Raises Scholarship Funds

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The annual WCCC Education Foundation Golf Outing brought staff and community partners together to raise $12,500 for our WCCC Adult and Secondary student scholarships. The foundation gives back to countless high school and adult students as they prepare for great futures with us. It was a very hot, but fun day for all. There were 24 teams and 94 individual golfers. Twenty-five local businesses and individuals sponsored the event. Mark your calendar for the next golf outing, on Monday, June 5, 2023.

Thank you to sponsors:
Clary Signs
Creech's Garden Center
Bradley Payne Advisors
American Fidelity
Conger Construction
RedTree Investment Group
VFW Lebanon POST 6069
Vista Consulting Group, LLC
GOP Limited
Ohio Valley Electrical Services
Forward Edge
Ennis Britton Co., LPA
Ralph E. Wade Insurance Agency
Edward Jones Company
Atrium Medical Center
R & W Heating, Inc.
BPI Painting Company
Lebanon Animal Hospital
School Insurance Consultants, LLC
City of Springboro
Great Clips/Cincy Clips
Cronin Lebanon
Peoples Bank
The Joel King Family

The First-Place team was Jon Brown, Vince Murphy, Chad Dixon and Jeff Kruithoff. The Second-Place team was Clint Day, Tyler Tepe, Chris Fischer, and Jeremy Quinn. Closest to pin were Ali Russell and Adam Blanchert. Longest drive went to Ali Russell and Anthony Bauman.

Students awarded scholarships by the foundation for 2022 include:
Adult Education $750 WCCC Foundation Scholarship for Spring was awarded to Teah Hall, Cosmetology.

Five students were awarded the Jumpstart Adult Education scholarships, $700 each, Bailey Blair, Welding, Emily Miller, Dental Assisting, Jacob Haleakala Cabiles, Electrical Power Line Mechanic, Ryland Fisher, Welding, and Summer Jones, Cosmetology.

The two High School $750 WCCC Foundation Scholarships were awarded to Julia Cunningham, Lebanon, Fire Science, and Whitney Whitley, Middletown, Early Childhood Education.

The Donna Oliver Scholarship of $3,300 was awarded to Jonna McIntosh, Franklin, Pre-Nursing.

Approximately $10,000 of high school student fees were paid for 24 seniors.

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