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3 students awarded scholarship grants at Maxwell AFB

Joe Sanford Rosser III of Lowndes Academy, Lucas Lynn of Wetumpka High School, and Kaitlin Truslow of LAMP received the scholarships at a luncheon on Maxwell AFB. (Source: MAC/MOAA) Joe Sanford Rosser III of Lowndes Academy, Lucas Lynn of Wetumpka High School, and Kaitlin Truslow of LAMP received the scholarships at a luncheon on Maxwell AFB. (Source: MAC/MOAA)
MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

Three students were awarded college scholarship grants at Maxwell Air Force Base Thursday. 

The grants were presented by the Montgomery Area Chapter/Military Officers Association of America to Lucas Lynn of Wetumpka High School, Joe Sanford Rosser III of Lowndes Academy, and Kaitlin Truslow of LAMP. Lynn was awarded $7,000, and Rosser and Truslow were awarded $4,000. 

The grants were given to the students at a luncheon at the Maxwell Club. In the fall, Lynn will attend Duke University, Rosser will attend Auburn University, and Truslow will attend the University of Alabama. 

Since 1991, MAC/MOAA has awarded over $200,000 in scholarship grants through their Montgomery Area Military Officers Scholarship Foundation. 

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