Three earn scholarships

Julia Helvin is a Southeastern High School graduate and current junior at the University of North Alabama studying business.

Julia Helvin is a Southeastern High School graduate and current junior at the University of North Alabama studying business.

Blount County students Julia Helvin (Southeastern), Mallory Smith (J.B. Pennington), and Corley Williams (Arab) were among 100 who earned $1,000 scholarships through the competitive Alfa Foundation Scholarship Program.

The program is administered through Scholarship America which selects recipients based on academics, participation in school and community activities, honors, work experience, and future goals. For more information visit www.alfafarmers.org/resources/ scholarships.

Mallory Smith is a J.B. Pennington High School graduate and current sophomore at Wallace State Community College studying nursing.

Mallory Smith is a J.B. Pennington High School graduate and current sophomore at Wallace State Community College studying nursing.

Corley Williams is an Arab High School graduate and current freshman at Auburn University studying agriculture communication.

Corley Williams is an Arab High School graduate and current freshman at Auburn University studying agriculture communication.