Robb Blume, president and CEO of Community First Bank of Indiana, awarded three local seniors with the Community First Bank Scholarship Award.
This is the 15th year for the program, which was created by the board of directors to assist local high school graduates in attaining their undergraduate degree and as a way to give back to our local community. “Education is a key component to the future success and economic vitality of our community,” said Mike Stegall, founder of Community First Bank.
Each winner received a $1,000 scholarship to assist with their college education. Chris Hyman is a graduate of Eastern High School and will be attending Purdue University for computer science. Brooke Morris is a graduate of Taylor High School and will be attending IU Bloomington for business marketing. Christopher Nierman is a graduate of Taylor High School and will be attending Indiana Wesleyan University to study secondary education.