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Scholarship Winning Essay

The Pensacola Heritage Foundation has awarded $1,000 scholarships to two outstanding, 2018 graduating seniors. The students submitted family and academic information, in addition to writing an essay about Pensacola’s Local Heritage.

The top ranked applicant from Escambia County is Mollie Jean Anderson, the daughter of Cheryl Anderson, a student at J. M. Tate High School. Mollie Jean will be attending the University of Florida.

The top ranked applicant from Santa Rosa County is Timmy Locklin, the son of Jeff and Carla Locklin, a student at Jay High School. Timmy will be attending the University of Florida.

Certificates will be given to each student at their school’s Senior Awards night, and the scholarship money sent to the student’s college of choice to be used for college expenditures.

Applications for the 2019 Scholarships will be sent to Escambia and Santa Rosa County high schools in January.