Town North Bank, located in Dallas, hit
$359,000 in scholarships and 113 scholarship recipients after giving away the
bank’s 2012 scholarships. Seven
Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School
District
(C-FB ISD) seniors received $4,000 each. They are Christian Rafael
Covarrubias and Soledad Diaz, R. L. Turner; Raquel Rodriguez and Jalicia
Chenne` Smith, Newman Smith; Treslyn Larae Holden and Allison Nicole Price,
Creekview; Daniela Jocabed Ortiz, Ranchview.

 

The students were selected as bank
scholarship recipients because of their ability to achieve and their commitment
to purpose. The bank began the scholarship program in 1991.  This year the bank presented $28,000 in
scholarships.

 

Mr. Steven McDonald, Town North Bank
president and chief executive officer, said, “The bank’s Board of Directors
made this commitment to these students because we believe in public education.
But, we really believe in this school district — the Carrollton-Farmers Branch
School District.”

 

Dr. Bobby Burns, C-FB ISD superintendent of
schools, said, “Town North Bank has a long history of being a
Carrollton-Farmers Branch School District advocate. We value the bank’s
continued support of our district and public education. These scholarships will
jump start the college education of these students.”

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