Scholarship Recipients

Scholarship Information and Criteria

  1. Applicant must be a student who has been indirectly affected by virtue of a blood relative i.e., father, mother being directly affected by the five year school closing in Prince Edward County, Virginia in 1959-1964.
  2. Applicant must be a high school senior.
  3. Applicant must be accepted by an accredited two or four year college/university and must provide proof of enrollment before actual allocation of the awarded funds.
  4. The application must be received on or before March 15th.
  5. The number and the amount of scholarship awarded will be based on the availability of funds.
  6. Recipients will be notified by May 15th.
  7. All winners must agree to sign a release of their name and photograph for publication use.

Mail applications to:  
Dr. Vonita White Foster
7141 Courthouse Road
Spotsylvania, VA, 22553

Incomplete or late applications will not be considered.

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Current and Previous Recipients of the Lest We Forget Foundation, Inc. Scholarships:

Year College Attending
2015
  • Kendal Shai Jackson
  • Fayetteville State University
2014
  • No Application Submitted
2013
  • Tamera Tia Langhorne
  • Old Dominion University
2012
  • Sarina Eames
  • Radford University
2011
  • Brittany Brown
  • Radford University
2010
  • Aundrea M. Hicks
  • College of William and Mary
2009
  • Khiry Palmer
  • N. Y. Conservatory for Dramatic Arts
2008
  • Curry Hackett
  • Howard University
2007
  • Kenneth Wayne Hicks
  • Hampton University
  • Donte D. Woodson
  • Hampton University
  • Ramonto A. Ligons
  • Virginia Union University
  • Latrice Langhorne
  • Hampton University
2006
  • Shavia Angel Gray
  • Virginia Union University
  • Carlisha Jennings
  • College of William & Mary
  • Lakara J. Nunnally
  • Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
2005
  • Joelle Shepperson
  • Southside Virginia Community College
  • Chaquita Venable
  • Old Dominion University
2004