NCR SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
The NCRSCCA membership are strong supporters of our youth and their future. It is the wish of the Individuals and Companies that donate funds, that their contributions to the program provide financial assistance to graduating high school seniors who reside within the NCR geographical area (SCCA membership not required) or SCCA Region 55 members living outside of the NCR geographical area. Students who receive an award will be selected from those who have submitted an application to NCRSCCA-SP.
FIRST THREE SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED!
CONGRATULATIONS to HAYLIE KIMBALL the NCR-SCCAs first scholarship award winner.
Haylie is very engaged within her community, school clubs and sports. Through all her hard work and effort, Haylie will not only graduate from high school this month but will also receive an Associate's degree from Columbia Early College. Haylie will be attending Campbell University to pursue a BSN with the goal of becoming a pediatric nurse. I'm sure she will achieve her goals.
NCR-SCCA is pleased to have Haylie as a member of our club.
Annie and myself traveled to Columbia High School in Tyrrell County last night to present Haylie with her award. It was pleasure to meet Haylie and her parents.
Two more award to present this spring. Thanks for all you do to make a difference in these young peoples lives.
CONGRATULATIONS to NICOLE COURSEY the NCR-SCCAs second scholarship award winner.
Nicole "Nicky" is off to UNC at Chapel Hill. Throughout her high school career, Nicole has been extensively involved in clubs, civic organizations and volunteer groups both in and out of school. Nicole's goals are to receive a Bachelor's degree in Environmental Policy and Management. This will allow Nicole to pursue two of her strongest interest: governmental activism and nature.
NCR-SCCA is please to have Nicole as a member of our club.
I traveled to Topsail High School on the 12th of May to present Nicole with her certificate. It was a pleasure to meet Nicole and her parents. I'm pretty sure we will see them at a NCRSCCA event.
One more award to present this month, the 26th.
On behalf of these new SCCA members, once again THANKS for helping to make their future bright.
CONGRATULATIONS to YAHIR PONCE the NCR-SCCAs third scholarship award winner for 2022.
Patricia Deffenbaugh, Annie Lindquist and myself traveled to Greene Early College today the 26th of May to present Yahir with the 2022 "Rex Deffenbaugh" NCR-SCCA scholarship award in the amount of $1,000.
Yahir is going to continue his pursuit of a welding career at Lenoir Community College in the fall. While at Greene Early High School, Yahir has earned all but 3 hours of credit to receive his Welding Technology Associates Degree. WOW! Yahir's goal is to own and operate a mobile welding business. Yahir has the energy and drive to be a successful entrepreneur. We wish him the very best.
NCR-SCCA is pleased to have Yahir as a member of our club.
On behalf of all three (3) 2022 NCR-SCCA award winners and "new" members, once again, THANKS for helping to make their future bright and dreams a reality.
Scholarship Program at Career Center High School
The team of Tim Lyons, Lee Hill and I had another great day at the Career High School in Winston-Salem.
We arrived early to get the display car unloaded and moved to the front of the building. High visibility location for sure.
There were around 1,200 students that filed through a trove of businesses, universities, tech schools, etc.
We were fortunate to have a great spot and able to see a lot of students. The school has a large automotive and collision repair program. Lots of literature, scholarship info and magazines were passed out to students.
The little car offered something different, and the auto students were full of questions and left all smiles.
Thanks again to Tim and Lee
NCRSCCA Scholarship Program at Topsail High School
The Southeast NCRSCCA Scholarship Program team converged on Topsail High School to tell the students about the scholarship program, importance of staying in school, getting advanced education and of course, SPORTS CARS and all things racing.
Two presentations were conducted, 60 or so students in the first group and around 30 in the second. Doug got his feet wet doing the second presentation, breezing right through it. Doug is heading up the Southeast SP team. If you are in the southeast part of the state and want to have almost as much fun as attending an SCCA event, give Doug a call and attend an SP program.
Also want to thank Doug for bringing out his crowd-pleasing EP race car. As always, the students/teachers crowded around to see it and ask questions
2022 NCRSCCA Scholarship Booth at VIR for IMSA
A great team of NCRSCCA Members Jill Cruz, Sam Fouse, Tim Lyons, Doug Piner, Bruce Dover, Steve Martin, Jerry Pell, John Lindquist all donated their time to spread the word about the Scholarship Program. Special THANKS to Victor Seaber for bring his formula race car for fans to view.
Donations were taken for the Scholarship Program. The VIR Oak Tree Slab artwork was on display and racing fans informed about the on-line auction Sept. 16 to Oct 10, 2022. We were excited to have Connie Nyholm, owner of VIR, stop by the booth for a photo with the Oak Tree artwork. Thanks Connie! The Slab is on display at the Oak Tree Tavern, VIR.
Tell EVERYONE about this one-of-a-kind treasure. All of the funds raised from the auction goes to the Scholarship Program.
NCRSCCA Scholarship Program at South Boston High School, South Boston VA
What an exciting day we experienced at the South Boston High School. The whole staff at the school were just great.
Special guests Connie Nyholm, owner of VIR, and Keri Davis, Creative Marketing Manager were in attendance. We could not have grown this program without the support of VIR. How very special Connie and her team are to embrace this effort to help young folks and expand racing in general.
NCRSCCA members: Jill Cruz, Eric Cruz, “Doc” Malone, Tim Lyons and John Lindquist were excited to be at South Boston High School. The day unfolded early with the first presentation starting at 9:00 a.m. We were able to have 4 groups of students.
Following each presentation, the students filed out to see Eric’s FE2 formula car. Huge smiles all around, especially when Eric fired up the race car. And yes, still the most common question: “Can I get in it?”
The NCRSCCA team did such a great job, the school is already looking for a return date next year.
We will be looking forward to another fun day next year at South Boston High School.
SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM AT INDY
VOLUNTEERS AT VIR AND A WINNER
An annual award of $1,000 will be available. The criteria by which a student is selected is defined in the application. Once the applications have been received a Selection Committee will review the applications and select the winning student. The Program Administrator will contact the High School of the winning student and make such arrangements as necessary to present the student with the award and future payment to the school being attended by the student.
The NCRSCCA is comprised of specific counties and cities in both North Carolina and Virginia. A map/listing of counties and cities may be seen by clicking the link below:
North Carolina Region Member Counties