Church distributes scholarships


Several young members of the First Baptist Church of McConnell who are going to college this fall. Sunday, August 7, received the Richard Smith Memorial Men’s Fellowship Scholarship. The grants are to be used for books to further their education. Funds for scholarships are made by the recycling aluminum cans and monetary donations. The next time you consider tossing an aluminum can away, place it in a plastic grocery bag and drop it off at the First Baptist Church of McConnell; they will put them to good use. Pictured with Men’s Fellowship treasurer Jerry Calandros are those qualifying for the scholarships: Kyle Runyon, William Michael Adkins, Matthew Mayo, Jacob Vance, Joni Lissa Godby, Stephanie Thornhill, Austin Bayless, and Jackie Blankenship. Not present for the picture was Katelyn Vance.


Several young members of the First Baptist Church of McConnell who are going to college this fall. Sunday, August 7, received the Richard Smith Memorial Men’s Fellowship Scholarship. The grants are to be used for books to further their education. Funds for scholarships are made by the recycling aluminum cans and monetary donations. The next time you consider tossing an aluminum can away, place it in a plastic grocery bag and drop it off at the First Baptist Church of McConnell; they will put them to good use. Pictured with Men’s Fellowship treasurer Jerry Calandros are those qualifying for the scholarships: Kyle Runyon, William Michael Adkins, Matthew Mayo, Jacob Vance, Joni Lissa Godby, Stephanie Thornhill, Austin Bayless, and Jackie Blankenship. Not present for the picture was Katelyn Vance.

Several young members of the First Baptist Church of McConnell who are going to college this fall. Sunday, August 7, received the Richard Smith Memorial Men’s Fellowship Scholarship. The grants are to be used for books to further their education. Funds for scholarships are made by the recycling aluminum cans and monetary donations. The next time you consider tossing an aluminum can away, place it in a plastic grocery bag and drop it off at the First Baptist Church of McConnell; they will put them to good use. Pictured with Men’s Fellowship treasurer Jerry Calandros are those qualifying for the scholarships: Kyle Runyon, William Michael Adkins, Matthew Mayo, Jacob Vance, Joni Lissa Godby, Stephanie Thornhill, Austin Bayless, and Jackie Blankenship. Not present for the picture was Katelyn Vance.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_McConnell-Scholarships-CMYK.jpgSeveral young members of the First Baptist Church of McConnell who are going to college this fall. Sunday, August 7, received the Richard Smith Memorial Men’s Fellowship Scholarship. The grants are to be used for books to further their education. Funds for scholarships are made by the recycling aluminum cans and monetary donations. The next time you consider tossing an aluminum can away, place it in a plastic grocery bag and drop it off at the First Baptist Church of McConnell; they will put them to good use. Pictured with Men’s Fellowship treasurer Jerry Calandros are those qualifying for the scholarships: Kyle Runyon, William Michael Adkins, Matthew Mayo, Jacob Vance, Joni Lissa Godby, Stephanie Thornhill, Austin Bayless, and Jackie Blankenship. Not present for the picture was Katelyn Vance.
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