Weldon City Schools received the announcement that Kayrisma Harrison is the recipient of the Ethel Crawley Scholarship.
Kayrisma, also known as K. Dot on the court and around campus, plans to major in Animal Science at North Carolina A&T in Greensboro.
She is the daughter of Katrina Bevier and Tejan Hunter and Anthony Harrison, Sr.
Kayrisma stated, "I can't wait to give back to my community."
The fund directs a scholarship selection committee to award a full four-year scholarship to cover tuition, room, board, school fees, and books at a recognized four-year accredited college or university located in North Carolina.
Mrs. Crawley, who died on April 11, 1998, was a lifelong resident of Littleton and taught music for 28 years at Littleton High School.
Emil Edwards, a Roanoke Rapids High School senior, was also awarded a Crawley scholarship this week.