Area students recognized at Snead State Awards Day


Snead State Community College spotlighted students on Thursday, April 20, for their achievements.
Kileigh Blackwell of Hokes Bluff was awarded the Catalyst for Success Award in Chemistry and Sydney Correll of Attalla was awarded a chemistry award.
Graciela Ruiz of Attalla was awarded the Outstanding Office Administration Award.
Snead State students receiving transfer scholarships from four-year universities were also re-cognized.
Eli Anthony Pearce of Gallant received a transfer scholarship to Auburn University.
Jackson Burns of Attalla and Juliana Rolandof Gadsden were both awarded transfer scholarships to Jacksonville State University.
Snead State recognized students’ achievements through student organizations. The Ambassadors, FBLA-Collegiate and Student Government Association officers were recognized. The History@Snead organization and the FBLA-Collegiate both received the Club of the Year award.

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