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121 Financial Credit Union awards scholarships

121 Financial Credit Union Partners With Jacksonville Marine Association To Award College Scholarships

121 Financial Credit Union partnered with the Jacksonville Marine Association to award three scholarships to Jacksonville, Florida high school seniors. The recipients were Caitlyn Baker, Savannah Garland and Abigail Wolz.

The three $2,500 scholarships, which were presented by 121 Financial Credit Union senior vice president of operations Davis Johnston and Joe Springer, Jacksonville Marine Association board member, were awarded largely on the students’ record of community service and partially on financial need.

Baker, a graduate of Robert E. Lee High School, will attend the University of North Florida with the hopes of transferring to Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in  Daytona Beach.

Garland, a graduate of Paxon High School, has also been accepted to study business at the University of North Florida.

Wolz, a graduate of Bishop Kenny High School, will attend the University of Florida as a health science major.

121 Financial Credit Union offers full banking and loan services to any individual and small business located throughout Northeast Florida. Established in 1935, 121 Financial Credit Union has over 40,000 members. For more information, visit 121fcu.org.

Davis Johnston, 121 Financial Credit Union senior vice president of operations, and Joe Springer, Jacksonville Marine Association board member, present scholarships to Jacksonville, Florida high school seniors Caitlyn Baker (from left), Savannah Garland and Abigail Wolz.


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