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•April Marie Wortham, of Wake Forest graduated from Strayer University with a Bachelor’s degree in business administration and a minor in human resources. She graduated with honors.
•Monica Zyph, of Raleigh, graduated from California Lutheran University with a Masters of business administration.
Whiz kids honored
•Andrew Prickett, of Heritage, was awarded a $2,000 MetLife Foundation scholarship.
The scholarship is sponsored by the National Future Farmers of America. Students are selected on a basis of leadership, academics community involvement and agricultural work experience.
Prickett plans to use the scholarship to pursue a degree at North Carolina State University.
•Nayeem A. Hossain, of Raleigh, received two awards: the Dr. Gary and Patricia Davis 4-H Poultry Science Scholarship and the Wake County Junior Horticulture Program Scholarship. He will attend N.C. State University to major in poultry science and agricultural business.
•Mahad Munawar, of Raleigh, received two awards: the Larry and Joyce Bass 4-H Horticultural Scholarship and the Lyman B. Dixon Sr. 4-H Scholarship. He will attend N.C. State University and major in biology.
•Garrett See, of Raleigh, repeated in receiving the Gary Stott 4-H Scholarship. He is a student at N.C. State University studying animal science. The Gary Stott Memorial Scholarship was established by family and friends after the untimely death of this Wilson County 4-H’er who was involved in swine projects.
•Mollie Melton, of Raleigh, a Granville County 4-H’er, is a repeat recipient of the L.R. Harrill Scholarship. She attends Meredith College, where she is studying English. The L.R. Harrill Scholarship is named for North Carolina’s first state 4-H leader and is renewable for up to four years.