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On April 27th, StoneStreet Wealth Management joined The Statesville Record & Landmark and Mooresville Tribune for the 2nd annual Incredible Teens Award and Scholarships honoring teens from Iredell County. The awards are an effort to acknowledge young people who stand out as caring, honest and respectful members of our community.

“The event was a big success, and we look forward to continuing to promote and grow this award in the years to come.” StoneStreet’s John Chidwick said.

“We hope to get more companies involved, and for more scholarships to be awarded. The quality of the applicants continues to be ‘incredible.’ It’s truly impressive how much these young people are able to achieve given their busy schedules and obligations,” he said. 

The Incredible Teens Award and Scholarships recognized local teenagers from our local area with awards and awarded five students with a $1,000 college scholarship. Fifteen finalists were selected from the 67 applicants. All finalists were awarded medallion and certificates, and 8 were awarded $1000 scholarships. 

This year’s scholarship winners were:

Rahkiem Sharpe of Statesville High School, the StoneStreet Wealth Management scholarship. 

Taylor Kastor of South Iredell High School, the Bunch-Johnson Funeral Home scholarship.

Nautica Goodson of West Iredell High School, the Lake Norman Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram scholarship.

Tyler Kidd of South Iredell High School, the Eagle Rentals scholarship.

Deshon Holmes of Statesville Christian School, the Iredell Health System scholarship.

Mary Elizabeth Davidson of Statesville Christian School, the Tilley Harley-Davidson scholarship.

Jordan McCray of Statesville Christian School, the Mooresville Tribune scholarship.

Tushna Eduljee of South Iredell High School, the Statesville Record & Landmark scholarship.

Members of the Incredible Teens selection committee who reviewed the 67 applications were: John Chidwick, Tripp Thompson III and Todd Hogue of StoneStreet Wealth Management; Dennis Limberg and Chris Hiatt of Eagle Rentals; Peter Calcutta and Lauri Tallmon of Bunch-Johnson Funeral Home; Miracle Campbell of Troutman Elementary School; Vickie Kress of Tilley Harley-Davidson; LaToya Boyce and Meagan Kowalski of Iredell Health System; and Melissa Donahue of Lake Norman Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram.

Raymond James is not affiliated with the above organizations and/or charitable causes

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