Savannah 100 Foundation announces Gadsden Memorial Scholarship winners

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The Savannah 100 Foundation, Inc. awarded several Savannah students its prestigious 2019 Gadsden Memorial Scholarships at the Chatham County Courthouse on April 13.

The Scholarships provide $2,000 and mentoring to students who intent to become attorneys who will use the law as a vehicle to improve the quality of life in Savannah.

Awards went to:  

  • Sarah Abdelrahim, sophomore, University of West GA. Sarah is also a 2017 and 2018 Gadsden Scholar. 
  • Mecca Aikens, freshman, Mercer University. Mecca is also a 2018 Gadsden Scholar. 
  • Nykobe Richardson (Woodville-Tompkins HS), GA College & State University 
  • Alexis Williamson (Savannah Arts Academy), Duke University 


The Savannah 100 Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which uses the law as a vehicle of social change and provides financial and mentoring support to promising Savannah students who intend to become attorneys who will make a difference in their communities. 

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