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Carew Spirit of Excellence Award-Past Winners

Ms. Khaoula Kamal from Tupelo, MS in Lee County and was presented the award at the Celebration of Scholars event on June 25, 2020.
2020 Carew Spirit of Excellence Award recipient, Ms. Khaoula Kamal from Tupelo, MS.
2019 Carew Spirit of Excellence Award recipient, Ms. Maggie Jo Everett from New Albany, MS.
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2018 Carew Spirit of Excellence Award recipient, Mr. John T. (Tal) Redhead from Centerville, MS.
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Dr. Bonnie Carew with the 2017 Carew Spirit of Excellence Award recipient, Gracie Pipkin of Hickory Flat, MS.
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Our first recipient of the Rural Medical Scholars Bonnie Carew Spirit of Excellence Award was Ms. Emily Davis of Ripley, Mississippi. Here she is presented her award by Dr. Bonnie Carew at the Celebration of Scholars event on June 27, 2016.   
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Filed Under: Food and Health, AIM for CHangE, Rural Health December 11, 2023

JACKSON, Miss. -- For five years, AIM for CHangE has turned federal dollars into park updates, playgrounds, food pantries, ride-sharing programs and community produce gardens for underserved areas in Mississippi.

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Filed Under: 4-H, Health and Wellness, Food and Health, Health, Rural Health April 25, 2023

STARKVILLE, Miss. -- Community improvement starts with a volunteer spirit and a desire to serve as a role model for positive change.

A group photo of the Rural Medical and Science Scholars Class of 2022.
Filed Under: Food and Health, Rural Health March 8, 2023

MISSISSIPPI STATE, Miss. -- High school juniors can explore health and science careers and get a jump on college during the Rural Medical and Science Scholars program this summer at Mississippi State University. The June 10-29 program is now accepting applications until April 1.

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