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Sonic Drive-In awards scholarships to employees

Limeades for Learning $1,000 scholarships were awarded to 77 Sonic Drive-In crew members.
BY DAVID CASTLEBERRY Published: June 9, 2012

Limeades for Learning College Scholarships have been awarded by the Central Oklahoma Sonic Co-op to 77 Sonic Drive-In crew members.

The winners of the $1,000 scholarships, hailing from Alva to Yukon, were recognized during the Oklahoma City RedHawks game Tuesday.

All the scholarship recipients will be enrolled in two or four-year university, college or career technology schools as part-time or full-time students for the 2012-2013 academic year.

“Our Central Oklahoma drive-ins are full of passionate and bright young men and women who admirably balance their academic pursuits with making customers happy at the drive-in,” said Margie Rosenthal, Oklahoma City market leader for Sonic Corp.

Sonic created the Limeades for Learning scholarship fund to encourage the pursuit of continuing education and to provide employees with financial aid for the costs of advanced educational development. The scholarships have been awarded each year since 1994.

David Castleberry is a Sonic owner from Elk City.

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Scholarship recipients

• Alva: Amy Cameron, Kevin Herren, Zachary Smart

• Broken Arrow: James Dunbar

• Butler: Carol Barby

• Choctaw: Alicia Cox

• Clinton: Britney Brown

• Del City: Taylor Adams, Jason Scott

• Edmond: Camber Luster, Camber Musgrave, Amaza Withington

• El Reno: Elizabeth Shaull

• Guthrie: Kyla Boyd, Alysa Drapel, Brandon Edens, Jay Henry

• Harrah: Joseph Barboza, Amanda Bolf, Haley Stevens

• Hennessey: Bailey Ashcraft

• Hobart: Tamara Hamlett

• Holdenville: Kelly Shields

• Jones: Jasmine Cunningham, Whitney Goyer

• Macomb: Rachel Dover

• Minco: Ashley Loddermeier

• Moore: Tiffany McDonald, Cecily O'Dell, Meagan Shelton

• Newcastle: Shayla Fryear

• Noble: Jordan Clark, Jennifer Davis, Valerie Palmer

• Norman: Spenser Rosati, Jackie Turner, Rachel Wangler, Chy Williams

• Oklahoma City: Alison Banks, Andrea Berres, Sabrina Berres, Qhaurium Douglas, Jennifer Dvorak, Taylor Fletcher, Cherish Foster, Aubrey Gaines, Rachel Garrison, Alexandria Hampton, Kobie Keller, Blakely McCarty, Jessica Moreland, Megan Mullin, Lorenzo Ontivereros, Robin Rozelle, Jordan Todd, Nikki Waller, Jamie West, Brette Whitehill, Alexis Willis

• Paoli: Lauren Guadarrama, Zacharie Jeandemange

• Ponca City: Ashley O'Hara

• Shawnee: Kristin Baker, Haley Begley

• Spencer: Jasmine Jones

• Stratford: Tiffany Koehler

• Tecumseh: Amber Mellinger

• Tuttle: Ashley Hines, Brittany Shubert

• Warr Acres: Kaylee Benear

• Wellston: Rachel Eckert

• Wewoka: Divine Campbell

• Woodward: Tricia Cook

• Wynnewood: Chelsey Patrom

• Yukon: Kayla Easterling, Marianna Eubanks, Jamie Thorpe


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