Moton raises money for scholarships

Annual Family Challenge fundraiser to recognize local high school seniors

From The Farmville Herald:

Community members and the Robert Russa Moton Museum are coming together to raise money for two new scholarships and funding for museum programs.

The scholarships will go to two students of Prince Edward County High School who are descendants of families affected by the closing of the county’s public schools from 1959 to 1964.

The scholarships are funded by money raised during the museum’s annual Moton Family Challenge… Continue reading.

Note: The Moton Community Banquet has been postponed to Spring 2017.  Stay tuned for additional details.

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