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2021 High School Graduates Receive TNPBA Scholarship Award

 

Three recent high school graduates received scholarship checks from the Tennessee Police Benevolent Association, presented by President Johnny Bohanan.

 

The TPBA awards scholarships to its law enforcement members’ children who demonstrate excellence in academics and community service. 

 

Recipients for 2020 include Madison Adams, Maggie Henderson and Atlee Grace Dean, all from Tennessee.

 

 

 

Madison Adams

 

Madison is a graduate of Union City High School in Obion County. She will be attending Austin Peay University, majoring in secondary education.  

 

Madison’s father, Brandon, is a sergeant with the Union City Police Department with over 24 years of service, and is a longtime member of the TNPBA. 

 

 

 

Maggie Henderson

 

Maggie is a graduate of Seymour High School. She is attending the University of Tennessee Knoxville, where she is pursuing a master’s degree in public relations and advertising.

 

Maggie’s father, Curt, is an officer with the Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency with over 24 years of service, and is a longtime TNPBA member. 

 

 

 

Atlee Grace Dean

 

Atlee is a recent graduate of Volunteer High School where she graduated with a 4.0 GPA. Atlee will be attending South West Virginia Community College majoring in criminal justice and criminology. 

 

Atlee’s father, Dustin, is a sergeant with Church Hill Police Department with over 25 years of service, and is a longtime member of TNPBA. 

 

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