Going to college can be very expensive. Now, some area students are getting a helping hand in furthering their education. Gulfstream handed out the Goldie Glenn scholarships to several Gulfstream employees' children today. Some of the characteristics these young people exhibited are outstanding leadership, community service, and respect that former Gulfstream president Albert "Goldie" Glenn embodied.
"These youngsters hold the future in their hands," said president Brian Moss. "We hope perhaps they will do something good for Gulfstream as well as themselves."
Ten students received $2,000 scholarships. They can get that amount for up to four years of college as long as they maintain B averages.