The board of directors of the Kitty Powell Scholarship Fund recently presented $2,300 in scholarships to members of the bowling community.
Since 1989, the Kitty Powell Scholarship Fund has awarded more than $67,000 to 110 scholarship recipients to further their education.
To be eligible for a scholarship, the recipient must be a member in good standing of the Rocky Mount U.S. Bowling Congress, or a child/grandchild of a bowling member in good standing.
The three scholarship recipients for 2013 are:
Bradley Jackson is a former Rocky Mount youth bowler who attends Lynchburg College.
He is studying athletic training and is a repeat scholarship recipient. Bradley is the son of Jeff and Rocky Mount USBC Hall of Fame member Shelley Jackson.
Tiffiny Longstratt is the granddaughter of bowler Gwen Hawkins of Rocky Mount. She earned a B.A. degree in Mass Communications at Louisiana State University and plans to enter the Non-Profit Administration Graduate Program at Louisiana State University.
Brittany Alford is the daughter of Gina and Travis Alford of Rocky Mount and the granddaughter of Rocky Mount U.S. Bowling Congress Hall of Fame members Carolyn and the late Russell Langley of Rocky Mount. Brittany is studying radiography technology at Edgecombe Community College, and is a repeat scholarship recipient.