The DuBocage Chapter of American Business Women’s Association recently met at the Pine Bluff Country Club.
During the business meeting, Rana McClain reported she attended the scholarship banquet at White Hall Community Center to present Brooke Braden with one of DuBocage’s scholarships for $750 per semester. The scholarship is for four years as long as the recipient requests it and meets the grade point requirements.
Braden graduated from White Hall High School with a 3.73 GPA and plans to attend the University of Central Arkansas. She wants to obtain her degree in occupational therapy and would like to become a pediatric occupational therapist at Arkansas Children’s Hospital.
In other business at the June meeting, Glenda Dean and Suzanne Archer presented the idea of raffling off a Razorback basket in September. The raffle tickets would be for three different size prizes. They also mentioned a spa day trip to Hot Springs in October.