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April 4, 2014

Reddick lands $1,000 scholarship

THOMASVILLE — Southwest Georgia Farm Credit presented Thomasville High Scholars Academy senior Kelsey Reddick a $1,000 scholarship to pursue her college education. Reddick plans to attend the University of Georgia to pursue her degree in Biological Science with the goal of becoming a physician.

“Kelsey is a dedicated student who has strived for excellence in the classroom and in the community,” said Richard S. Monson, president and chief executive officer of Southwest Georgia Farm Credit. “It is a pleasure to award her with this scholarship.”

In the fourth year of its scholarship program, Southwest Georgia Farm Credit commits $4,000 each year to area students, awarding four seniors with $1,000 each.

Other scholarship winners include Bailey Atkinson of Seminole County High School, Stennes Austinson of Bainbridge, and Hayes Grogan of Westwood School in Camilla.

Southwest Georgia Farm Credit, headquartered in Bainbridge, is an agricultural lending cooperative owned by its member-borrowers. It provides farm loans for land, equipment, livestock and production, as well as rural home mortgages. It is part of the national Farm Credit System, a network of financial cooperatives established in 1916 to provide a dependable source of credit to farmers and rural America. For more information, visit


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