North West presents a plaque of appreciation

At a recent ceremony honoring those who have established endowed scholarships at Northwest Mississippi Community College, a plaque of appreciation was presented by Northwest President, Dr. Gary Lee Spears (far left) to the family of Mary Alice Moorman, former member of the Northwest Board of Trustees, for the establishment of the Mary Alice Moorman Endowment. The scholarship was established by Moorman’s niece, Kelley Magee, her husband, Jeff, and their sons, Michael and Will as a permanent tribute to her contribution to education in Yalobusha County and her love for and dedication to Northwest. Pictured left to right are Dr. Spears, Perrin Caldwell, Jr., Foundation board member; Dr. Jack Butts, dean of Lafayette-Yalobusha Technical Center and Board of Trustees members Dorothy K. Wilbourn, Panola County; William H. Austin, Jr., DeSoto County; Steve Cummings, Yalobusha County and Bill Dawson, Marshall County.  Photo provided

At a recent ceremony honoring those who have established endowed scholarships at Northwest Mississippi Community College, a plaque of appreciation was presented by Northwest President, Dr. Gary Lee Spears (far left) to the family of Mary Alice Moorman, former member of the Northwest Board of Trustees, for the establishment of the Mary Alice Moorman Endowment. The scholarship was established by Moorman’s niece, Kelley Magee, her husband, Jeff, and their sons, Michael and Will as a permanent tribute to her contribution to education in Yalobusha County and her love for and dedication to Northwest. Pictured left to right are Dr. Spears, Perrin Caldwell, Jr., Foundation board member; Dr. Jack Butts, dean of Lafayette-Yalobusha Technical Center and Board of Trustees members Dorothy K. Wilbourn, Panola County; William H. Austin, Jr., DeSoto County; Steve Cummings, Yalobusha County and Bill Dawson, Marshall County.
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