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Nautika Northington, is a recipient of the Ethel W. Crawley Memorial Education Fund Scholarship.


Northington, the daughter of Kyman and Connie Northington, is a senior at Weldon STEM High School and plans to attend East Carolina University in the fall.

Weldon City Schools used the Zoom app to inform Northington of the award this morning.

Krissy Pittman-Martin, the system’s AIG coordinator, made the announcement with administrators and teachers participating.

The Ethel W. Crawley Memorial Education Fund Scholarship directs a scholarship selection committee to award a full four-year scholarship that will cover tuition, room, board, school fees, and books.   In addition to the scholarship, the recipients will receive additional money to purchase a computer.

Ethel Crawley died April 11, 1998, and was a lifelong resident of Littleton, teaching music for 28 years at Littleton High School.  Her scholarship has benefited dozens of Roanoke Valley students over the years.  

The Roanoke Rapids Graded School District announced earlier today Roanoke Rapids High School Senior Franchesca Yates was also a recipient of the scholarship.