Trinity Foundation Scholarships

Trinity Foundation offers awards to the following groups only:

(1) Graduating High School Seniors from the following high schools in Central Arkansas: LR Hall, LR Mills, LR Central, LR McClellan, LR Parkview, Benton High School, Bauxite High School, Pine Bluff High, Dollarway High, Watson Chapel High and White Hall High School
or (2) Children of Employees of the following businesses: McGeorge Contracting Co., Inc., Pine Bluff Sand & Gravel Company, Granite Mountain Quarries, Cranford Construction, River Mountain Quarries, Jeffrey Sand Company, Mobley Constuction, Mobley Transport, Cornerstone Farm & Gin Company and Cornerstone Farms

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