NFC Connections Winter 2020 - Page 18

Receiving scholarship awards on Aug. 8 at the NFC Live Oak location are, left to right, William Bradley, Sydney Louise Williams, Sydney Lynn Williams, Brentson McCall, Bailiegh Fralick and Natalie Townsend. ScholarshipS NFC FOUNDATION AND COMMUNITY PARTNERS HELP FUND SUWANNEE COUNTY SCHOLARSHIPS T he North Florida College Foundation presented six Suwannee County students with scholarship awards as a result of a drawing held in July during the grand opening of the College’s new location in Live Oak. The awards were officially presented during a reception at the NFC Live Oak location on Aug. 8. Congratulations to the scholarship winners: • Natalie Townsend - 60-Hour Associate in Arts degree scholarship with books • Bailiegh Fralick - free class • William Spradley - free class • Sydney Lynn Williams - free class • Sydney Louise Williams - free class • Brentson McCall - $200 book award 16 NORTH FLORIDA COLLEGE “I am super excited to be going to college at NFC,” said Natalie Townsend, winner of the grand prize – a full Associate in Arts degree scholarship with books included. “I am super grateful and humbled to be chosen to receive this scholarship; thankful for everyone who played a part.” The NFC Foundation also funded up to 20 students’ tuition for the Strategies in Student Success class offered in Live Oak this fall. According to NFC Resource Development Director Judy Lundell, the College was proud to receive support from area businesses in offering four Suwannee County students with a free class at the Live Oak location. Supporting Suwannee County businesses include Poole Realty,