4 New Madrid County students earn Hope Exchange Scholarships
NEW MADRID, Mo. —Four New Madrid County residents are recipients of the Hope Exchange Scholarships.
Maisie Hall, Mason Palmer, Tanner Stanfield and Zarria Taylor received the 2019 scholarships which are available to area high school seniors. To qualify, students much have had a cancer diagnosis in their immediate family prior to the scholarship deadline.
Hall, a graduate of Portageville High School, is the daughter of Chris and Misty Hall of Portageville. She is enrolled at The University of Mississippi, where she plans to major in speech pathology.
A graduate of New Madrid Count Central High School, Palmer is the son of Kirk and Kathy Palmer of New Madrid. He plans to pursue a degree in agronomy at Southeast Missouri State University.
The daughter of Andrea Stanfield of Gideon, Stanfield will attend Three Rivers Community College in Poplar Bluff and pursue a degree in general studies leading to a career in nursing. She is a graduate of Gideon High School.
Taylor, the daughter of Myrtile Sisson of Portageville, is a graduate of Portageville High School. She will pursue a degree in social work at Southeast Missouri State University.
Hope Exchange offered thanks to those who helped make the scholarships possible.
Hope Exchange is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit charity and all donations are tax deductible. For more information on the Hope Exchange Scholarship program contact Scott or Laura Griffin at 573-748-5424.