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UUFR awards Servetus scholarships to 5 area students

Five graduates from area high schools received Servetus Endowment scholarships from the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Rappahannock of White Stone to help the students pursue their academic and career goals. Each of the four scholarships was for $4,000.

Mathews High School graduate Kristen Frank will build on her passion for shelter animals at Virginia Tech as she works toward her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. Raeghan Franklin of Lancaster High will also study biology and veterinary science at Old Dominion University in hopes of earning her DVM degree.

Programming expert Tyrell Key of Middlesex High School, who competed in the CyberPatriot Nationals, will enter George Mason University’s cybersecurity program to earn his bachelor’s degree in computer science. Alice Sisson of Northumberland High, who has volunteered for health-related mission work in Haiti and Mexico, heads to the University of Virginia to become a trauma surgeon. Kristen Green, a previous studen...

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