ASPSF Awards Scholarships In Sharp County

Cherokee Village, Ark. (March 16, 2022) —  Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund for Ozark Foothills for Fulton and Sharp County held the spring scholarship awards ceremony  March 14 at the First Baptist Church in Cherokee Village. The award program included family and friends of the three Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship recipients awarded. 


Program Manager Alodia Hankins and Volunteer Rosie Murdle presented a Financial Budget Workshop focusing on life skills and budget practices, encouraging each recipient to create a savings, plan for retirement, and work on cost saving practices. 


Spring scholarships were awarded to Micah Moore and Amber Springstun, both are enrolled in the LPN program. Family members also participated in the award program and the workshop sharing ideas for success in the future. 


Volunteer Rosie Murdle was awarded a Certificate of Volunteerism for her ongoing dedication and service to the ASPSF. Rosie previously received this scholarship and is now serving as a Volunteer for Fulton and Sharp County. Rosie is an outstanding community member and an ASPSF success. 


About Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund: For 30 years, Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund has worked to create stronger, more educated, and more self-sufficient families. ASPSF opens doors for low-income single parents, helping them pursue education, secure employment, and transform the future for their families. With the help of volunteers and community support, ASPSF creates multigenerational change, transforming lives for both single parents and their children. For information about scholarships, volunteer opportunities and ways to give, visit aspsf.org.

Posted by Jen Para at 11:50
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