Benjamin Logan High School held its Senior Awards Scholarship Recognition ceremony Wednesday.
During the ceremony, 76 seniors were honored in 14 award categories and 45 scholarships. The Benjamin Logan Class of 2012 has been offered over three-million dollars in scholarships.
Guidance Counselor Nicole Fuller comments on the event.
Alexa Coughlin received the Logan County Solid Waste Management District Scholarship worth $2,000. The scholarship is awarded to a student who plans to pursue an environmental science major. Coughlin is attending the University of Dayton for environmental science and geology. She was honored to receive the scholarship.
Coughlin comments on the Solid Waste Management Scholarship.
Troy Hall received the $500 Keep Logan County Beautiful Scholarship. He will be attending West Virginia for petroleum and natural gas engineering.
Hall expresses his thoughts on the Keep Logan County Beautiful Scholarship.
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Watch Commissioner John Bayliss present Coughlin and Hall with their scholarships.
The following Benjamin Logan seniors were recognized:
Danny Foulk II