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RHBC Chamber seeks scholarship applicants
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The Richmond Hill/Bryan County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors is now seeking applicants for the second annual RHBC Chamber Career, Technical, Agricultural and Education/Work-Based Learning (CTAE/WBL) Scholarships.

The chamber will award a $2,500 scholarship each to two Richmond Hill High School graduating seniors. The awards will be announced during RHHS Honors Night, set for May 6.

“Due to the continued success of the Great Ogeechee Seafood Festival and other chamber programs, the board is pleased to offer two scholarships this year as we think it’s important to continue to reward students in the CTAE/WBL program at Richmond Hill High School,” said Board Chairman Dallas Daniel.

The deadline to submit the application is March 22. RHHS seniors can access the scholarship application at mv2uKL5P0msHlyNy85oONGpj-wXk/edit?usp=sharing see Ms. Kea, Honor Committee Chair at RHHS, for a hard copy application, or e-mail the chamber at for an application.

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