Knox County students graduate from The Center for Rural Development’s 2014 Class of Rogers Scholars

September 8, 2014

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Lonnie Lawson, left, president and CEO of The Center for Rural Development, and Delaney Stephens, community liaison and youth programs coordinator for The Center, present 2014 Rogers Scholars graduate William “Matthew” Dixon of Barbourville with a certificate of achievement for completing the program. Matthew is a junior at Barbourville High School.

Lonnie Lawson, left, president and CEO of The Center for Rural Development, and Delaney Stephens, community liaison and youth programs coordinator for The Center, present 2014 Rogers Scholars graduate Reagan Warren of Heidrick with a certificate of achievement for completing the program.  Reagan is a junior at Knox Central High School.

Lonnie Lawson, left, president and CEO of The Center for Rural Development, and Delaney Stephens, community liaison and youth programs coordinator for The Center, present 2014 Rogers Scholars graduate Reagan Warren of Heidrick with a certificate of achievement for completing the program. Reagan is a junior at Knox Central High School.

Knox Central High School student ­Reagan Warren and Barbourville High School student William “Matthew” Dixon graduated this summer from The Center for Rural Development’s Rogers Scholars program.

 Rogers Scholars is an intensive one-week summer leadership program that provides opportunities for high school students in Southern and Eastern Kentucky to receive the skills they need to become the region’s next generation of business and entrepreneurial leaders. Seventeen colleges and universities partner with The Center to offer exclusive college scholarships to Rogers Scholars graduates.

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