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Heritage Bank Announces High School Scholarship Recipient for 2013

Pictured from left to right: Alexander Davis, Lindsey Batts, Amber Yarbrough, Dallas Hamlin, Chip Knight (Heritage Bank Market President). Not Pictured Evie McNeese, Nathan Hunt, Michaela Walker.

Heritage Bank is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2013 Heritage Bank Scholarship Fund. This scholarship fund is awarded to students across western Kentucky and middle Tennessee. Over a ten year period Heritage Bank has committed over $220,500 in scholarship funds to 441 high school seniors planning to attend a higher education institution. This unprecedented effort is one of the largest of its kind, touching more than twenty-nine schools across western Kentucky and middle Tennessee. Every high school senior enrolled in each of the bank’s market communities had the opportunity to apply for one of the scholarship awards. Seven senior from Cheatham County High School will receive a Heritage Bank Scholarship in honor of Mr. Ralph Spangler’s past service to the Cheatham County School System.

The following is a listing of the student from the Cheatham County area receiving the 2013 Heritage Bank Scholarship.

Cheatham County High School: Alexander Davis; Lindsey Batts

Harpeth High School: Dallas Hamlin; Amber Yarbrough

Sycamore High School: Evie McNeese; Nathan Hunt

Pleasant View Christian School: Michaela Walker

“We are honored to play a role in the success of students in the neighborhoods we serve,” commented John Peck, President and CEO of Heritage Bank. “We feel strongly that every student should be able to pursue his or her dreams of a college education. Additionally, it is extremely rewarding to give to each high school in our market areas.”

In honor of the students receiving the scholarship award, Heritage Bank hosted a banquet at the James E. Bruce Convention Center in Hopkinsville, Kentucky on Tuesday, April 11 for the 2013 recipients, Heritage Bank Scholarship honorees, school administrators, and other special guests. Heritage Bank applauds the hard work necessary to receive a high school diploma and wishes each student the best of luck in their future educational endeavors.

Heritage Bank conducts neighborhood-banking operations in the Kentucky cities of Hopkinsville, Elkton, Cadiz, Murray, Benton, Calvert City, Fulton, and the Tennessee cities of Pleasant View, Ashland City, Kingston Springs, Erin, and Clarksville. Heritage Bank records assets of more than 960 million.

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