First Reese Foundation Scholarship winner announced
Published 4:46 pm Tuesday, June 22, 2021
Reese Foundation Scholarship (RSF), a newly founded foundation established by Bassfield native Dulana Reese, announced the first winner for 2021. This merit-based scholarship was awarded to Kierra Hall, a Jefferson Davis County High School graduate who plans to continue her studies at Pearl River Community College to pursue a degree in nursing.
The Reese Foundation Scholarship program is dedicated to promoting an exemplary
commitment to service and to support the next generation of leaders who will work
tirelessly to uplift the Jefferson Davis County community. Founded by Dulana D.
Reese, daughter of Cammie and Duane Reese of Bassfield, this annual scholarship is her contribution to the community that helped her to grow into the person she is today.
“I am extremely proud that through the Reese Foundation Scholarship there was an opportunity to support a well-deserving student such as Kierra Hall as she graduates from JDC High School. Though there were other worthy candidates, Ms. Hall’s application demonstrated great insight to her future plans and how she hopes to one day give back to our community,” said Reese.
The winner of the scholarship was determined by a scholarship committee that was made up of one native of Bassfield, one native of Prentiss and one native of Jackson. It was based on a rubric and points-based system.
Reese Foundation Scholarship is worth $500 and is to be used towards the student’s career or educational goals. Students who wish to apply for the 2021-2022 school term please seek updates from the website ddreese.com.