Bolivar graduate receives $2,688 from Pamela Sue Russell Endowed Memorial Scholarship

For Immediate Release: June 18

Darla Harmon
Director, Alumni and Development
Office: (417) 873-7478

SPRINGFIELD, Mo., June 17, 2010  Soon-to-be Drury freshman Haleigh Brown
recently received $2,688 in scholarship money from the Pamela Sue Russell
Endowed Memorial Scholarship.

Brown, a graduate of Bolivar High School, will attend Drury in the fall of

Dr. and Mrs. Wallace Russell established the Pamela Sue Russell Endowed
Memorial Scholarship in 1989 in memory of their daughter, Pamela. Pamela
graduated from Drury in 1977 with a major in sociology.

Each year, the scholarship is awarded to one Bolivar High female graduate
who will attend Drury. For more information about the scholarship, contact
Darla Harmon with the Office of Alumni and Development at (417) 873-7478.


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