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Julian & Jan Hester Memorial Scholarship

The Community Bankers Association of Georgia (CBA) announces that applications are now available for the annual Julian & Jan Hester Memorial Scholarship. This annual scholarship was created to assist deserving high school seniors in their first year of college and to promote community banking.


The Hester scholarship is open to Georgia high school seniors who will be entering a Georgia college, university or technical school (two year program or more) in the fall semester. The scholarship fund was named for the late Jan Hester. Her father Julian Hester, longtime CEO of CBA and community banking advocate, was added to the scholarship when he passed away in September 2001. The fund was created as an opportunity to pass on the positive qualities that Julian and Jan Hester exemplified to further the development of tomorrow’s generations. CBA will award four $1,000 scholarships to winning candidates of the scholarship in the Spring.

For information on the Julian & Jan Hester Memorial Scholarship, visit us online or contact Shera Banks at 770-541-0380.

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