Wednesday October 17th, 2018 7:06PM

Brenau student among winners of broadcasters' group scholarships

By Ken Stanford Reporter

A Brenau University student from Hoschton is one of five winners of scholarships from the Georgia Association of Broadcasters.

Summer Lee Stockton is a Mass Communications major who serves as Student Station Manager for Brenau's campus radio station, 89.1 WBCX.  

The other winners of the $1,500 E. Lanier Finch Scholarships this year are all University of Georgia students:  Cheyenne Lee Brown, Stanley Miller, Donovan Harris, and Charlotte Norsworthy.

"Lanny" Finch is President-Emeritus of the GAB.  Read more about the scholarships and the selection process here.


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