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The Center for Living has announced the awarding of academic scholarships to two graduates of Granville County Early College High School.
Ulia Hargrove has worked hard and excelled in both her academic life and her personal life. She was a student of merit at GCECHS, a member of the National Honor Society, and an avid volunteer in her church and community. Her goal is to attend NC A&T State University with the eventual goal of developing her own fashion brand labeled UKH Designs. Ulia is the daughter of Wanda Burwell of Oxford.
Amari Bass, also a graduate of GCECHS, is a scholar and an athlete, holding membership in the National Honor Society and having served as the captain of the J.F. Webb Girls’ basketball team. She is a volunteer in her church and community and has held several leadership positions. Her goal is to attend East Carolina University to major in business with the ultimate goal of working in a top accounting firm as a financial analyst. Amari is the daughter of Tracy Haskins of Oxford.
The Center for Living is a nonprofit based in Creedmoor and headed by Executive Director Rev. Bernard Holliday. Board members include Shirley Holliday, Doug Moore, Gwendolyn Russell, Glenda Gooch, Jennifer Wyatt and Iris Allen.