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May 26, 2021


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Marlane White
Communications Manager
Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce
O: 843-916-7295
C: 843-256-6373

MBACC Awards $14,000 in Scholarships to Regional High School Students

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C.—As high school seniors from across the Grand Strand graduate this June, the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce (MBACC) is pleased to announce that 14 students have been awarded $1,000 each in scholarships. First started in 2016, the MBACC Educational Foundation Scholarship program annually recognizes one student from each of the 14 regional high schools.

Scholarship winners are chosen based on academic performance; involvement in extracurricular school activities; involvement in charitable and/or community activities outside of school; positive leadership, character, and citizenship; and demonstrated work ethic.

“The chamber applauds these bright young minds for their dedication to academics as well as their contributions to our community. Through programs like this, the chamber remains committed to making a positive impact in the success of our local students,” said MBACC president and CEO Karen Riordan.

2021 MBACC Educational Foundation Scholarship Recipients:

Academy for Arts, Science and Technology – Isaac Fletcher
Academy for Technology & Academics – Ruby Moore
Aynor High School – Skylar Stewart
Carolina Forest High School – Caitlyn Flemmer
Conway High School – Karson Todd
Early College High School – Kaya Smith
Green Sea Floyds High School – Grant Blevins
HCS Scholars Academy – Fallon Tomlin
Loris High School – Cynthia Hardwick
Myrtle Beach High School – Jacie Julian
North Myrtle Beach High School – Haley Schmaltz
Socastee High School – Uilleam Bell
St. James High School – Grace Kenley
Waccamaw High School – Anna Bird


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