BURGAW — Middle school student Maegan Burney from Clarkton School of Discovery received recognition during a Wolfpack women’s basketball game at North Carolina State University on Saturday, Feb. 10.
Burney earned a Touchstone Energy scholarship from Four County EMC to attend the Wolfpack Women’s Basketball Camp last summer.
“Winning a Touchstone Energy Sports Camp Scholarship is a tremendous accomplishment,” said Gay Johnson, director of corporate communications of Four County EMC. We commend Madalyn and Maegan for their hard work, and we’re proud to recognize their achievement.”
Burney stood with fellow scholarship winners at mid-court to be recognized as a Touchstone Energy Sports Camp Scholarship recipient. Each student’s family received free tickets to the game and attended a pre-game luncheon, where each camper accepted a certifi-cate of accomplishment.
Four County is currently accepting applications for the 2018 Touchstone Energy Sports Camp Scholarships. Middle-school students have until March 31 to submit an application. Applicants will be judged on their application, essay and extracurricular activities. More information and the application are available at www.fourcty.org.
The Touchstone Energy Sports Camp Scholarship program is another example of Four County EMC’s commitment to community.
Four County EMC serves over 32,500 members within Bladen, Duplin, Pender, Sampson, Columbus and Onslow counties