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Central Bank awards high school seniors with scholarships

Submitted to Branson Globe

Central Bank of Branson has awarded six high school seniors with $500 each for their first year of college. The Second Annual Community Leadership Scholarship was awarded to Maggie Bartell and Toby Miller of Branson High School; Genesis Fisher and Clayton Humbyrd of Hollister High School; and Brooke Davis and Ally Moller of Reeds Spring High School.

The students were selected from among their peers based on an essay submitted to the bank describing their contributions to others and the community while reporting on the challenges and rewards from the experience.

“We are very excited to be able to award these students our Second Annual Community Leadership Scholarship,” said Joe Loth, President and CEO. “Being a community bank, we believe strongly in giving back to others and supporting our neighbors, much like these students have modeled. We were humbled to read all of the impressive submissions from these bright individuals. Thank you to everyone who applied and for your contributions to making the Branson area a great place to live!”

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