Spencer E. White, Sr. Scholarship Recipients Announced


Da’Rielle Dar-chay Snider
Da’Rielle Dar-chay Snider

The Spencer E. White, Sr. Scholarship Committee of the Berean Congress of Christian Education is proud to announce the two recipients for 2013. These scholarships are presented to students who has a 3.0 or better GPA and are active in their church and community.

The recipients are Da’Rielle Dar-chay Snider, and Darryl G. Kershaw, II. Both of these young people are from member churches of the Berean Congress of Christian Education.

Miss. Snider is the daughter of Daryl and Elaine Snider. She is the granddaughter of Leon and Carolyn Robertson and Johnnie Mae Snider and Edward Snider( Annie). She is an alumnus of Savannah Early College Program, class of 2013 where she has been dual enrolled at Savannah State University. She has been an active participant in the Upward Bound program, Delta GEMS and AWOL (All Walks of Life) Theater

Darryl G. Kershaw, II
Darryl G. Kershaw, II
and Performing Arts, and Sound Design programs. Da’Rielle is a faithful member of First Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church were she is a youth volunteer. She is a freshman at Clark-Atlanta university in Atlanta, Ga.l She is majoring in Biological Sciences and aspires to become an optometrist.

Darryl Kershaw, II is the son of Darryl G and Thea Kershaw. He attended Herschel V. Jenkins High School where he participated in the Project Lead The Way Engineering Program. He was active in sports playing football, soccer baseball land running cross country. Kershaw is currently enrolled at Georgia Southern University majoring in electrical engineering and minoring in Spanish. He is an active member of Central Missionary Baptist Church in Hitch Village serving on the Audio Visual Ministry. Rev. Larry Stell is the Pastor. Kershaw enjoys writing poetry, video games, longboard riding and Aikido.


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