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Cayla Brown was named Student of the Year at the Knox County Career Center senior awards program Tuesday night in the Mount Vernon Nazarene University Chapel. Presenting the award was KCCC Board President Richard McLarnan. Brown, from Clear Fork High School, was a student in the Building Trades class and was named Student of the Year.
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MOUNT VERNON — The 49th Annual Senior Awards were handed out Tuesday night for the 2017 graduating class of the Knox County Career Center at the R.R. Hodges Chapel at Mount Vernon Nazarene University.
The graduates were excited and flaunted their graduation caps and gowns and were happy to have all their outstanding accomplishments recognized, awards received, and scholarships handed out.
Cayla Brown, Clear Fork High School, was named Student of the Year and received a $500 scholarship from the Knox County Career Center Staff Association. Special awards were also presented to Andrew Rauscher, the Donald Griffing Award; Brown, the Helen Willson Memorial scholarship; Mallory Arnold, the James Spadafore Award; and Kerara Murphy, the Sam Hankinson Distinguished Alumnus Award.

 

Chase Strawser: 740-397-5333 or chase@mountvernonnews.com and on Twitter, @mountvernonnews

 

 

 

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