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All In Credit Union Awards $25,000 in Scholarships to High School Students

Daleville, Ala. (July 11, 2022) — All In Credit Union is proud to announce the winners of its 2022 Jim H. Mitchell Scholarship. The scholarship winners are representatives of All In Credit Union’s service areas and scored as the top 25 candidates. Applicants were judged on academic achievement, extra-curricular activities and essay responses.

“We were extremely impressed with the high caliber of students that applied,” said Kathy Scarbrough, All In Credit Union Vice President of Marketing. “As an organization that desires to give back to our communities, we are pleased to help these students further their education.”

All In Credit Union offers $1,000 scholarships to 25 high school seniors each spring. A student must be a member of All In Credit Union to be eligible to apply. Information for the 2023 Jim H. Mitchell Scholarship is available at www.allincu.com.

Scholarship winners are as follows:

Kristen Askew, Cottonwood, Ala.: Graduate of Cottonwood High School attending Huntington College

Aidan Benefield, Dothan, Ala.: Graduate of Providence Christian School attending Mercer University

Erika Bryan, Andalusia, Ala.: Graduate of Straughn High School attending Auburn University

Elizabeth Campbell-Work, DeFuniak Springs, Fla.: Graduate of Walton High School attending Auburn University

Erica Doss, Andalusia, Ala.: Graduate of Andalusia High School attending Alabama A&M University

James England, Daleville, Ala.: Graduate of Enterprise High School attending Troy University

Preston Garner, Geneva, Ala.: Graduate of Geneva High School attending Huntington College

Emma Gurman, Midland City, Ala.: Graduate of Emmanual Christian School attending Troy University

Alexandria Hall, Hartford, Ala.: Graduate of Geneva County High School attending Huntington College

Madeline Holmes, Enterprise, Ala.: Graduate of Enterprise High School attending Auburn University

Isabella Holtz, Enterprise, Ala.: Graduate of Enterprise High School attending Vanderbilt University

Bailey Jackson, Enterprise, Ala.: Graduate of Enterprise High School attending Troy University

Ragan Jimmerson, Ashford, Ala.: Graduate of Northside Methodist Academy attending Auburn University

James McKenzie, Kinston, Ala.: Graduate of Samson High School attending Auburn University

Austin Miller, Dothan, Ala.:  Graduate of Wicksburg High School attending Auburn University

Cassidy Perry, Dothan, Ala.: Graduate of Ridgecrest Christian School attending The University of Alabama

Katie Sanders, Mobile, Ala.: Graduate of Faith Academy attending Auburn University

Allison Streepy, Dothan, Ala.: Graduate of Providence Christian School attending Auburn University

Cooper Taylor, Andalusia, Ala.: Graduate of Andalusia High School attending Auburn University

Jackson Taylor, Dothan, Ala.: Graduate of Providence Christian School attending Samford University

Reagan Tomlin, Ozark, Ala.: Graduate of Ariton High School attending Auburn University

Jayden Trimm, Enterprise, Ala.: Graduate of Enterprise High School attending The University of Alabama

Braden Watson, Dothan, Ala.: Graduate of Bethel Christian Academy attending Auburn University

Shelby Weeks, Ozark, Ala.: Graduate of Carroll High School attending The University of Alabama

Tucker Wilson, Spanish Fort, Ala.: Graduate of Spanish Fort High School attending Middle Tennessee State University

About All In Credit Union:

All In Credit Union is a full-service financial institution with $2.2 billion in assets. They provide personalized financial solutions to more than 150,000 members in Alabama and Florida. The organization and its employees are committed to enriching the lives of others by helping them reach their goals and achieve financial success. For more information, visit www.allincu.com.

 


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