Mikayla Parton awarded Ralph Hall Memorial Scholarship


The winner of the $2,000 Ralph Hall Memorial Scholarship from Fort Loudoun Electric Cooperative has been chosen—Mikayla Parton. Miss Mikayla Parton is a senior at William Blount High School and is the daughter of Tina Edwards of Friendsville. Mikayla plans to attend the University of Tennessee and study Pre-Med, focusing on Cardiology.

The Board of Directors of Fort Loudoun Electric Cooperative presented the scholarship to Mikayla at the regular monthly meeting held on Thurs., April 28. Mikayla was chosen based on her exemplary character, leadership, and community service. Congratulations to Mikayla and thank you to all the other deserving applicants. Best wishes for a happy and successful future!

(Pictured from left to right: Lynda Whitaker, FLEC Director Shirley Hall, Mikayla Parton, Tina Edwards, Martin Tarwater, and FLEC's CEO Jarrod Brackett)

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