The Clover Woman's Club presented a silver frame to the Outstanding Young Woman of the Clover High senior class, Hannah Cummings, and three $1,000 scholarships to seniors Jordan Bennett, Jessica Burch and Erica Terry. The scholarships were presented in honor of Judy Lark, a Clover Woman's Club past president and active vice-president, who has planned the Christmas home tours that fund the scholarships. Left to right are Lark, Bennett, Burch, Cummings and Terry.
The Clover Woman's Club presented a silver frame to the Outstanding Young Woman of the Clover High senior class, Hannah Cummings, and three $1,000 scholarships to seniors Jordan Bennett, Jessica Burch and Erica Terry. The scholarships were presented in honor of Judy Lark, a Clover Woman's Club past president and active vice-president, who has planned the Christmas home tours that fund the scholarships. Left to right are Lark, Bennett, Burch, Cummings and Terry.
The Clover Woman's Club presented a silver frame to the Outstanding Young Woman of the Clover High senior class, Hannah Cummings, and three $1,000 scholarships to seniors Jordan Bennett, Jessica Burch and Erica Terry. The scholarships were presented in honor of Judy Lark, a Clover Woman's Club past president and active vice-president, who has planned the Christmas home tours that fund the scholarships. Left to right are Lark, Bennett, Burch, Cummings and Terry.

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