The Ribault High School Lady Trojills held their 4th Annual Spring luncheon last week to honor and encourage young ladies of the prestige’s organization to be all they can be.
Through the school sponsored club, guided by teacher Quen Sams for the past four years, was founded by former Principal Earlene Lockett. Trojill’s young ladies are encouraged to participate in community service projects and give back to the area surrounding the northside high school. To join the Trojills, female students have to possess a 3.0 grade point average, dress professionally, have personality and ambition. Program results include boosted grade point averages, behavioral changes and positive impact in their homes and their communities.
This year the Trojills received a scholarship donation of two-thousand dollars from lcoal pharmacist Dr. Sherice Nicole to continue the programs projects and community and educational service efforts.
“Last year was my first year providing a scholarship in honor of my mother. I declared that I would double the scholarship this year and thank God as my expectations the scholarship increased by 1000%.” During the school year, the Trojills volunteered at Whitehouse Farms, the Jaguars stadium and mentored at MLK Elementary. Shown holding the scholarships mock check is donor Dr. Sherice Nicole Newberry, scholarship recipient Amara Kilpatrick (Albany State) and Trojills partner Dr. Audreyole Gillians.