THE DAILY LEADER / TAMMIE BREWER / Brookhaven-Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce Programs Director Kay Burton (right) gives a handshake to Brookhaven Elementary third-grader Pierce Bridgeforth, while Holden Britt (left) receives a gift from Mississippi Scholar representative Marty Stroud Friday afternoon. Mississippi Scholar officials were at the school to bestow certificates and gifts to students who were deemed Mississippi Rising Scholars or Mississippi Star Scholars. Both Bridgeforth and Britt are Mississippi Star Scholars.
THE DAILY LEADER / TAMMIE BREWER / Brookhaven-Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce Programs Director Kay Burton (right) gives a handshake to Brookhaven Elementary third-grader Pierce Bridgeforth, while Holden Britt (left) receives a gift from Mississippi Scholar representative Marty Stroud Friday afternoon. Mississippi Scholar officials were at the school to bestow certificates and gifts to students who were deemed Mississippi Rising Scholars or Mississippi Star Scholars. Both Bridgeforth and Britt are Mississippi Star Scholars.

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Published 3:00am Tuesday, March 11, 2014

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