Toyota dealership provides scholarship money to S-C

January 31, 2014

in Student

KarlKramerKarl Kramer, communications director for McCarthy Auto Group, shakes hands with Sedalia School District 200 Assistant Superintendent Nancy Scott after he had handed over a check for $5,000 to Superintendent Brad Pollitt, right, during an assembly Thursday at Smith-Cotton High School.

McCarthy’s donation will be matched by Toyota Motor Corporation to provide $10,000 in scholarships for S-C seniors each year. The money is to be divided into 10 $1,000 gifts for students in the graduating class. Looking on are members of S-C’s New Score Singers. Photo courtesy Sedalia School District 200.


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