Scholarship to support NCC veterinary program


DeLeon Carter Foundation Board members and NCC representatives from left are Joe Edwards III, NCC President Dr. Bill Carver, NCC Board Chairman Paul Jaber, NCC Foundation Executive Director Pam Ballew, Gus Tulloss, George Whitaker, NCC Foundation Board Member Lank Dunton and Vince Durham.


From Contributed Reports

Saturday, May 19, 2018

The Myrtle Carter Henry Scholarship was established at Nash Community College in 2015 by the DeLeon Carter Foundation to honor the memory of Myrtle Carter Henry.

With the recent growth of the endowment, the DeLeon Carter Foundation has re-named the scholarship to reflect its support as the Myrtle Carter Henry Veterinary Technology Scholarship. The scholarship is available to students enrolled in the Nash Community College Veterinary Medical Technology program.

Since its partnership began in 2001 with the college, the Board of Directors have made an impact for the Nash County-Rocky Mount area on campus through the Myrtle Carter Henry Amphitheater with a fountain and the digital marquee.

“The college continues to be good stewards of the DeLeon Carter Foundation’s investments. We extend our deepest appreciation to the board for their vision, leadership and financial resources provided to help develop a skilled workforce for the betterment of our community,” Nash Community College President Dr. Bill Carver said.