Woodruff Electric CEO, Michael Swan, announced the 2018 recipients of the Glynn and Mildred Carpenter Scholarships. The winners of the five $1,000 scholarships are Aubrey Holloway, a graduate of Brinkley High School, Noah Lockley, a graduate of Wynne High School, Reed Middleton, a graduate of Lee Academy, Madison Reeves, a graduate of McCrory High School and Kimberly Small, a graduate of Forrest City High School.

Holloway plans to attend University of Arkansas in the fall to major in biochemistry.  Lockley plans to attend University of Arkansas in the fall to major in accounting. Middleton plans to attend Arkansas State University in the fall to major in business. Reeves plans to attend Arkansas State University in the fall to major in occupational therapy. Small plans to attend Arkansas State University in the fall to major in pre-veterinary.  

This is the fourth year that Woodruff Electric has held the scholarship program. The program is in honor of Glynn Carpenter and his wife, Mildred.  Both Glynn and Mildred were strong advocates of higher education. Carpenter spent 53 years serving the electric cooperatives with the last 33 of those years he served as CEO of Woodruff Electric.