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AAC names 2017 scholarship recipients Biology, engineering and business are among their fields of study


2017 AAC Scholarship Trust recipients. AAC established the trust in 1985 to provide college financial assistance to the children, stepchildren and grandchildren of Arkansas county and district officials and employees. AAC has since awarded more than $185,000 in scholarships. Along with AAC, the fol-


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lowing county associations contribute to the scholarship trust annually: Te County Judges Association of Ar- kansas, the Arkansas County Clerks Association, the Ar- kansas Circuit Clerks Associa- tion, the County Collectors Association of Arkansas, the Arkansas County Treasurers Association, the Assessors Association of Arkansas, the Arkansas Association of Quo- rum Courts and the Arkansas Sheriffs’ Association.


he Association of Arkansas Coun- ties recently announced its


Logan Ingram


Cathy Richardson. He will attend Ouachita Baptist Univer- sity in Arkadelphia where he plans to study biology.


• Logan Ingram – Logan is a 2017 graduate of Pocahontas High School and is the son of Randolph County Assessor Stacy Ingram. He will attend Missouri Uni-


versity of Science and Tech- nology where he will study geological engineering.


Baylee Phillips


is the second year she has been awarded an AAC scholarship. She will continue her studies in biomedical engineering at the University of Arkansas.


• Baylee Phillips – Te daughter of Jackson County Judge Jeff Phillips and a 2017 graduate of Newport High School. She will attend Arkan- sas State University at Jones- boro where she will study medical technology.


Jacklynn Minton


clerk’s office. He will study chemical engineering at the University of Arkansas.


• Jacklynn Minton –


Jacklynn is a 2017 graduate of Mena High School. She is the daughter of Tammie Minton, an employee in the Polk County sheriff’s office. Jacklynn plans to attend Ouachita Baptist Univeristy and seek a degree in business management.


Noah Worley


•Noah Worley – Noah is a 2017 graduate of Harmony Grove High School in Camden. He is the grandson of retired Bradley County Circuit Clerk


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Meagan Renee Davidian •Meagan Renee David-


ian – Meagan is the daughter of Waynette Davidian, who works in the Washington County collector’s office. Tis


Reid Chandler Eakin • Reid Chandler Eakin


– Reid, a 2017 graduate of Wynne High School, is the son of Mary Beth Eakin, who works in the Cross County


Matt Baker


• Matt Baker – Matt is a 2017 graduate of Center- point High School. He is the son of Pike County Justice of the Peace Paul Baker and the


COUNTY LINES, SUMMER 2017


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