Fleming honor students receive scholarship awards

http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=prescription-water-pills-lasix On May 22, during a senior cookout at William Fleming High School, Jamyra Ball and Imari Hamm received Jean Nicholas Watson Scholarship Awards from the Roanoke Chapter of Omnia Bona Club, Inc.  Mrs. Valerie Kelso, president and several members of the organization, presented the awards.

Jamyra Ball
Jamyra Ball

comprare viagra online generico a Verona Jamyra, daughter of Tamara and Wendell Ball, Jr. graduated fourth in her class with a 4.3 G.P.A.  Having been involved in multiple activities at the school, she was an ECMC Scholar, a member of the Pep Club, the National Honor Society of High School Scholars and was editor-in-chief of the yearbook.  Jamyra was a member of the NAACP Youth Council and has volunteered at the Ronald McDonald House, the Rescue Mission, Blue Ridge Literary Center and Ram’s House and is currently working at Aeropostale.  Jamyra plans to attend Virginia Commonwealth University where she will purse a course of study to become a Physical Therapist.

Imari Hamm
Imari Hamm

enter site Imari Hamm, daughter of Ms. Jovanni Hamm, has a 3.3 G.P.A., graduated with AP College credit from Advanced Honors Classes.  In sports, she participated in Varsity Basketball and La Crosse and has taken the initiative to tutor her fellow teammates when needed.  She is also First Chair and leaders of the Saxophone players in the William Fleming Band.  Imari led and motivated her peers while maintaining a connection with them.  Music and Sports have held her interest outside of school as well.  She has previously worked at Old Navy.  Imari plans to attend Old Dominion University in the fall where she will study Health Science with plans to become a respiratory physician.

comprare viagra generico 200 mg a Venezia The Roanoke Chapter, OBCI is pleased to present these scholarship awards with best wishes for the continued success for theses two deserving students.