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grandson of retired County Judge Don Baker. Matt will seek a bachelor’s degree at Arkansas Tech University.


• Kaitlyn Dahlke – Kait- lyn, the granddaughter of Hot Spring County Treasurer Mary Cansler, is a junior at Hender- son State University where she is working toward a bachelor’s degree in nursing. Tis is the fourth year Kaitlyn has received an AAC scholarship


Kaitlyn Dahlke


• Cole Armer – Cole, a 2017 graduate of Green Forest High School, is the son of Nicole Armer, an employee in the Carroll County collector’s office. He plans to study wild- life conservation at Missouri State University in Springfield. Cole, a guitar and man- dolin instructor, is this year’s recipient of the Matt Morris Scholarship. Te scholarship was established following


the death in 1999 of Matt Morris. Matt was the son of Searcy Mayor David Morris, a former AAC employee. Matt was an Arkansas Razorback baseball recruit. Te scholar- ship is funded by donations made in Matt’s name and by the County Judges Associa- tion. It is awarded each year to an applicant who reminds the scholarship committee of Matt,


Cole Armer


either through their sports in- volvement or by helping others.


• Shawna Marie Martin


– Shawna is a freshman at Arkansas State University majoring in strategic com- munications. She is the great-granddaughter of Laurel Don Reed, who works in the Baxter County road and bridge department.


Shawna Marie Martin


Shawna is the recipient of the Randy Kemp Memorial Scholarship. Randy was AAC communications director from 2008 until his death in August 2011. The scholar- ship is funded exclusively by the annual AAC golf tourna- ment and awarded each year to an applicant who plans to study journalism or mass communications.


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