CBL State Savings Bank Foundation awards scholarships to local students 

Published 11:30 am Tuesday, July 18, 2023

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LANDRUM—CBL State Savings Bank Foundation has awarded $10,000 in higher education scholarships to three local students to be applied to the 2023–2024 school year. 

Landrum High School senior Kennedi Brooke Lee is receiving the CBL State Savings Bank Foundation Scholarship. Kennedi will be attending Charleston Southern University where she will pursue her nursing degree.  

While at Landrum High School, she was part of the Beta Club, TLC Club, was an FCA leader and played on the volleyball team. Kennedi is local to the Landrum area and enjoys being involved in her church youth group at Landrum First Baptist. 

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“I am thankful for the opportunity to go to college and for being selected as the CBL scholarship winner. I want to thank CBL for helping me further my academic career,” Kennedi says.

Additionally, Greer High School senior Janae Hardy is receiving the Robert F. Williams Scholarship, and Blue Ridge High School senior Isaiah Chapman is receiving the CBL State Savings Bank Foundation Scholarship.   

“Partnering in education is something that CBL is proud to support,” says Jennifer T. Jones, President & CEO of CBL. “We know that our local students represent the future leaders of the community and that investing in the future begins with the people. CBL wishes each recipient the very best throughout their college career, and we are confident that their leadership will only continue to grow.”  

CBL State Savings Bank Foundation’s higher education scholarships target deserving students graduating in the Greater Greer and Landrum area. Scholarship money is sent directly to the winner’s institution of choice to help offset tuition costs. Students interested in applying will find the application information with their school counselor. Applications are due by March 31 of applicants’ senior year.  


Submitted by April Rains