Horsemanís Association scholarships awarded

Friday, July 28, 2017

The Marshall County Horsemanís Association announces its 2017 scholarship winners. Kristen Stegall Corbin, Elizabeth Laird Jackson, Andrew Brett McGehee, Madison Hope Taylor, and Dana Rae White will each receive a scholarship award.

Kristen Stegall Corbin is the Marketing and Administration Production manager at TWHBEA. She is married to Scotty Stegall and has two children, Kaison, 7 and Marley, 2. Kristen will be pursuing a degree in Web Design at Columbia State.

Elizabeth Laird Jackson is the daughter of Scott Jackson of Lewisburg and Meredith Jackson or Cornersville. Ellie graduated 7th in her class with a 3.98 grade average. Ellie is a former Miss Cornersville, delegate for the American Legion Auxiliary Volunteer Girls State where she was elected Mayor. She was senior class president, junior and senior attendant for homecoming court. Ellie plans to study nursing at Belmont University, eventually specializing in neonatal nursing.

Andrew Brett McGehee is the son of Kevin and Amy McGehee of Lewisburg. Brett graduated 17th in his class this year from Marshall County High School with a 4.0 GPA. He was a 2016 All District Baseball team member, 2016 Boyís State selectee and a Wendyís Heisman Student Winner. Brett plans to continue his education at Columbia State or Motlow College with a major in Business.

Madison Hope Taylor is the daughter of Eddie and Kim Taylor of Lewisburg. Hope is a 2016 graduate of Cornersville High School. Hope completed her first year at the University of Tennessee at Martin and is pursuing a degree, majoring in Pre Physical Therapy with a minor in Nutrition. Her plans include a graduate program in Physical Therapy.

Dana Rae White is the daughter of Donnie and Danielle Hopper of Lewisburg and Justin White of Lewisburg. She is the granddaughter of Thomas and Carol Wakefield of Lewisburg. Dana graduated in 2017 from Marshall County High School. She was member of the Future Business Leaders of America and a peer mentor with special needs kids. Her awards included Renaissance cards all four years of high school. Dana will be pursuing an Associates Degree at Columbia State in the fall and then a radiological technician certificate.

The Marshall County Horsemanís Association congratulates all of these deserving students on receiving these scholarship awards. Proceeds from the annual horse show directly funds these scholarships.