Four Barren County High School seniors recently participated in Lindsey Wilson College’s 2006 Begley Scholars Day.
Hayley Lyons, Zachary Nothstine, Jacob Radus, and Laura Smith interviewed for the prestigious Begley Scholars Program at Lindsey Wilson. They were among 87 Kentucky high school seniors invited to compete for the selective scholarship program.
– Hayley Lyons, the daughter of Joy and David Lyons, is a member of Foreign Language Club, Academic Team and Business/ Technology Academy. She has earned numerous language awards.
– Zachary Nothstine, the son of Barry and Lyndonna Nothstine, is a member of Student Council, leadership team at church, family group and Student Drama Team. He has earned numerous academic awards.
– Jacob Radus, the son of Chris and Jacquie Radus, is a member of Student Technology Leadership Program, Pep Club, Drama Club, and soccer team. He has won numberous academic and language awards.
– Laura Smith, the daughter of Bob and Sandra Smit, is a member of Future Business Leaders of America, Beta
Club, church leadership team and Student Technolo-gy Leader-ship Program. She has earned numerous club and academic awards.
The Begley Scholars Program was created in 1997 to honor John B. Begley, who served as the sixth president of Lindsey Wilson from 1977 to 1997. Begley Scholars receive a full scholarship to attend Lindsey Wilson. The purpose of the program is to recognize student success and to encourage excellence in the classroom, on campus and in society. The ideal Begley Scholar is a student who has excelled in the classroom and has been active in community affairs.