TOP PHOTO: Scholarship winners Justin Sewell, (pictured in orange) and Chase Farmer (pictured in black) both won $750 scholarships for their Welding art. They are pictured with Keisha Howard Executive Assistant Litter Control and grant coordinator and Litter Control Officer Glennis Monday.

By Charlotte Underwood

JACKSBORO, TN (WLAF) – As part of a Litter grant program, two CCHS students received scholarships for welding art projects. Justin Sewell and Chance Farmer received the Recycled Welding Art Scholarship. Both of these “young and talented men” received $750 each. According to Keisha Howard, who is the county’s Litter Control Executive Assistant and grant coordinator, the scholarship was funded out of her TDOT Litter Grant Education funds.

“I was able to offer a scholarship to both high school students in our county. I wanted to award one $750 scholarship to each high school winner, JHS and CCHS. However, I only received four scholarship applicants all from CCHS,” Howard said.

The two CCHS scholarship winners plan to start in the Welding Program at TCAT of Jacksboro this fall.

CCHS student Justin Sewell’s welding artwork that won him a $750 scholarship.
Chance Farmer, a CCHS student, also received the Recycled Welding Art Scholarship of $750 for his artwork.

Chris Ralston is the Welding instructor at Campbell High. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 05/19/2023-6AM)