11th Annual Charity Classic
- 12:00 pm | Registration Begins
- 12:30 – 1:30 pm | Lunch Served
- 1:30 pm | Putting Contest
- 2:00 pm | Tournament Begins
- Awards & Dinner Served Following Tournament
The Because of Joy scholarship is a continued education scholarship for those affected by Spina Bifida. Wanting to make certain all children realize their academic dreams, Because of Joy has dedicated its resources to ensure finances are not an obstacle in realizing higher education. We award 2 scholarships each spring. One to a student diagnosed with Spina Bifida and a second to a student with a sibling diagnosed with Spina Bifida.
Savanna is 18 years old, and graduated from Farmersville High School this year. Savanna has been involved in the sport of fencing for 10 years and competes at the regional and national levels.
Savanna is an avid reader and has participated in Project Gutenburg where she has proofed books that would then be turned into free e-books. She has also been a leader in the anti-bullying effort in her community by being a member of Friends of Rachel Club which governs the students encouraging kind treatment of others.
Savanna will be attending Stephen F. Austin in the fall where her major will be History. Her plan is to work for a Prestigious museum and hopes to one day be a Curator. We are proud to be a part of her future and wish her much success in her new adventure. We are excited to see Savanna dream big despite the obstacles that Spina Bifida presents. Congratulations Savanna!
David is 19 years old and attends Clemson University pursuing an Engineering Degree. David carries a 4.0 GPA at the completion of his freshman year and was inducted into Alpha Lambda Delta—a collegiate honor society for freshman students with 3.5 GPA and top 20% class placement It’s not all work and no play… David has been involved in the Clemson Club Volleyball program and is a Humane Society Volunteer on Saturdays. He has joined a small life group bible study called “Revolution”.
David’s sister, Jamie, has spina bifida and he feels this has taught him lessons about helping and caring for others along with a 6th sense in knowing how and when to help those with disabilities. That is something he will use throughout his entire life. Congratulations David on earning this scholarship for a 2nd year. We are pleased to be a small part of your continued success!