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GREA scholarship

Guest speaker Dr. Walter Clemons, left, superintendent of Gloucester County Public Schools, and Gloucester Retired Educators Association president Terry Wilson congratulate scholarship recipient Jordynn Mitchell and her father, Nathaniel Mitchell, from left, during a GREA luncheon held on June 22. Mitchell received a $500 GREA Scholarship and a $1,500 Carris Harris Memorial Scholarship at the luncheon, where she also shared her experiences working with special needs students at New Horizons. She will attend Southern Utah University, where she plans to major in special education and business management. Her mother is Nichole Mitchell. Also receiving the same scholarships but not in attendance was Kendall Billings, who will attend George Mason University and major in elementary education. Her parents are Thomas and Deseree Billings.

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