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Davis selected as Julian Scholar

Friday, May 15, 2009

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Derek Davis
CLOVERDALE -- Derek Davis has been chosen as a DePauw Julian scholar. Under a new grant authored by Gloria Childress Townsend and Neal Abraham with the university, Davis will receive tuition, books and room and board for a period of four years.

The Cloverdale High School senior was one of 14 students who participated in DePauw's annual summer science research projects last year.

He was recognized during the Cloverdale school board meeting Monday, where board members congratulated him and his family.

Davis has been called an "inspiration to us all," by CHS staff.

He is the son of Shelly and James Davis of Cloverdale.


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CONGRATULATIONS DEREK

FOR A JOB WELL DONE....

HERE IS PROOF OF HARD WORK DOES PAY OFF....

AND THAT YOU HAVE GREAT PARENTS SUPPORTING YOU...

GOOD LUCK TO YOU ...

MAY YOU CONTINUE ON THE ROAD TO SUCCESS....

-- Posted by takeastand on Fri, May 15, 2009, at 9:42 AM

Good Job Derek!! I know your Mama is proud!!

-- Posted by EasilyAmused on Fri, May 15, 2009, at 9:45 PM


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