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HAMLET — Through its member-funded SECU Foundation, State Employees Credit Union has awarded four local students the SECU Bridge to Career Workforce Development scholarship valued at $500 to study at Richmond Community College. 

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HAMLET — Three employees of the Richmond County Chamber of Commerce were recently awarded scholarships at a regional conference.

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RALEIGH — Western Governors University has partnered with the USO of North Carolina to offer eight $2,500 scholarships to members of the state’s military community.

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PEMBROKE — Members of the Julian T. Pierce Memorial Scholarship Initiative Committee recently presented a $16,000 contribution to UNC-Pembroke.

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HAMLET – Friends and family of J.C. Lamm and Hilda Butler recently established the Joshua Michael Lamm Memorial Endowed Scholarship at Richmond Community College in memory of the charismatic young man. 

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Hamlet, N.C. – Some of the best target shooters in Richmond and Scotland County returned to DeWitt’s Outdoors Sports in Ellerbe on Oct. 10 to compete in Richmond Community College’s Clay Shooting Classic. However, a new team rose to the top to capture first place.

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ELLERBE – The Millstone 4-H Camp Advisory Council will be hosting its “Pickin’ in the Pines” fundraising event on Oct. 21, 2017, from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.

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HAMLET – Bill Cooke and his wife, Jan, recently established a scholarship at Richmond Community College to honor the memory of Bill’s parents, W.J. and Claudia Cooke.

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HAMLET -- Scholarship money is available for the NCCER Electrical Level I program offered through Richmond Community College’s Workforce and Economic Development division. The scholarships will cover all tuition, books and fees, as well as specific supplies needed for the class.

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ROCKINGHAM – When it came to trying to develop something new and exciting to do in Richmond County, Chris and Deana Singletary kicked around a couple ideas. But they ultimately settled on starting the Richmond Adult Soccer League (RASL), a recreational sports league for adults that has rapidly grown into a widely-participated in program.

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