Sorority gives $3,000 in scholarships

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The Beaufort Sigma Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa, an international honorary sorority for women educators that seeks to promote high standards in education, recently awarded $3,000 in scholarships at their annual end-of-year luncheon held at the Cat Island Grill and Pub.

At center, scholarship winners Kimberly Brown and Danyelle Bozeman are flanked by ADK Scholarship Committee members Audra Alexander and Deborah Walter on the left and Celeste Prince-Brown and Cathy Tillman on the right.
At center, scholarship winners Kimberly Brown and Danyelle Bozeman are flanked by ADK Scholarship Committee members Audra Alexander and Deborah Walter on the left and Celeste Prince-Brown and Cathy Tillman on the right.

Danyelle Bozeman of Fort Mill, SC, was awarded the ADK Scholarship, which is given to an undergraduate USCB student majoring in education. She is presently working with the summer reading program at the Boys & Girls Club in Hilton Head and will do her student teaching at Hilton Head Early Childhood Center in the fall.  Ms. Bozeman will graduate with a BA in Early Childhood Education and a minor in Spanish in December 2014.

The Ruth Droge Memorial Scholarship is given to an educator working and residing in Beaufort County who is pursuing a post-graduate degree in education. It was awarded to Kimberly Denise Brown, a counselor at Lady’s Island Middle School. She will receive her Education Specialist degree from Georgia Southern University in December 2014.

Each scholarship winner received $1,500, paid directly to their respective universities.