Area students receive LCFCU scholarships

Area students receive LCFCU scholarships

RALEIGH, NC — Local Government Federal Credit Union (LGFCU) proudly congratulates Susana Sualevai, Jacob Howard, Joshua Jones, Ashley Jones and Opal Moore as recipients of an LGFCU Scholarship Award.

“This is the 21st consecutive year we have offered this scholarship,” said LGFCU CEO Maurice Smith. “It’s still a real pleasure to reward these fine adults for not only getting notable grades, but also for finding the determination to take active roles in their communities. We congratulate them and wish them luck in their studies and beyond.”

The LGFCU Scholarship Award recognizes a student’s high achievement in extracurricular activities, as well as academic excellence by their having maintained a grade point average of 3.0 or higher. For more information or to apply, call 919.755.0534 or visit www.lgfcu.org.

Susana Sualevai will use award money to attend Pitt Community College

Sualevai, will use the scholarship to study at Pitt Community College and is one of 120 deserving high school seniors and post-secondary students that will receive the funds to apply toward their education at the university, community or technical college of their choice.

Jacob Howard will use award money to attend North Carolina State University 

Howard, will use the scholarship to study at North Carolina State University and is one of 120 deserving high school seniors and post-secondary students that will receive the funds to apply toward their education at the university, community or technical college of their choice.

Joshua Jones will use award money to attend Lenoir Community College 

 Jones, will use the scholarship to study at Lenoir Community College and is one of 120 deserving high school seniors and post-secondary students that will receive the funds to apply toward their education at the university, community or technical college of their choice.

Ashley Jones will use award money to attend East Carolina University

Jones, will use the scholarship to study at East Carolina University and is one of 120 deserving high school seniors and post-secondary students that will receive the funds to apply toward their education at the university, community or technical college of their choice.

Opal Moore will use award money to attend East Carolina University 

Moore, will use the scholarship to study at East Carolina University and is one of 120 deserving high school seniors and post-secondary students that will receive the funds to apply toward their education at the university, community or technical college of their choice.

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