One of this year’s nine AgHeritage Farm Credit Services scholarships has been awarded to Savannah M. Holman of Lonoke – the award is a $500 Customer Scholarship, a press release announced.
Holman is a senior at Lonoke High School; she is the daughter of Eugene and Shannon Holman, and she plans to attend Arkansas State University at Jonesboro in the fall.
The press release notes that Holman has participated in leadership programs such as National Honor Society, Future Business Leaders of America, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Art Club as well as been on basketball and softball teams.
Holman has served in several Lonoke community programs and even co-founded an event to raise funds for Open Arms Shelter.
Holman has also attended summer events such as Arkansas Girls’ State, the Baylor Christian Leadership Institute, and Mission-fuge camps.
AgHeritage Farm Credit Services established the scholarship program in 2001; the program is open to grandchildren and dependent children of AgHeritage Farm Credit Services. Recipients are chosen for academic performance and school-related extracurricular activities.
“She has again and again proven her value to her community and school,” the press release notes.