-submitted by Indian Women’s Pocahontas Club
Announcing: The Indian Women’s Pocahontas Club Higher Education Scholarship Recipients for the upcoming 2022-2023 academic year are:
Dawson Arnett from Shawnee will be attending Connors State College
Carson Draeger from Chelsea will be attending the University of Central Oklahoma
Hannah Henson from Tulsa will be attending Coe College, Cedar Rapids, IA
Chas McClain from Stilwell will be attending Northeastern State University
Rayna Rock from Muskogee will be attending Murray State College, Tishomingo, OK
Samantha Stipe from Claremore will be attending Northeastern State University
Erica Taylor from Pryor will be attending The University of Tulsa
Kylea Terrell-Ohl from Muskogee will be attending Connors State College
Emily Ward from Locust Grove will be attending Oklahoma State University
Remington Ward from Locust Grove will be attending Oklahoma State University
Mahayla Baccus from Tulsa – RSU – Foreman Faulkner Scholarship Endowment
Cloe Dennis from Claremore – RSU – Foreman Faulkner Scholarship Endowment
Caleb Wisdom from Chelsea – RSU – Foreman Faulkner Scholarship Endowment
Jasper Rader from Claremore – RSU – Foreman Faulkner Scholarship Endowment
Rachel McKisick from Catoosa – OSU – Dawson-Nelson Akanadi Endowed Scholarship
Tiffany Stover from Nowata is the recipient of the Imogene King Crutchfield Scholarship and will be attending Northeast Tech in Pryor.
Jaxon Collins from Roland is a recipient of the Cherokee Nation Foundation, Indian Women’s Pocahontas Club Higher Education Scholarship
The Indian Women’s Pocahontas Club sponsors ten Cherokee students, male or female, enrolled in an accredited institution of higher education (college, university, or career tech school), with an $800.00 per academic year scholarship.
Join us in congratulating these outstanding students and wishing them success in their academic endeavors.
The Indian Women’s Pocahontas Club will also be hosting our annual “Hats off to Will Rogers” birthday tribute, wreath laying ceremony and tour at the Will Rogers Memorial Museum in Claremore, OK on November 5, 2022. Open to the Public. Mark your calendars. For more information, contact Ollie at 918-760-7499.