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Trinity Valley Community College and the Weinstein Law Firm are now working together to provide 10 scholarships for Henderson County students. The Weinsteins will be helping to provide 10 one-year scholarships to TVCC. TVCC will match the scholarship amount, allowing students to have a full scholarship for their first year of college. The scholarships will be awarded to one senior from each high school in Henderson County, including Athens, Malakoff, Trinidad, Cross Roads, Eustace, Mabank, Brownsboro, LaPoynor and Athens Christian Preparatory Academy. One scholarship will also be given to a senior from the Henderson County Livestock Show. Pictured announcing the new scholarship effort are: (from left) Christi Weinstein, TVCC President Dr. Glendon Forgey, TVCC Vice President of Institutional Advancement Mary Nicholson, and Jeff Weinstein.

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