June 4, 2020

ConGRADulations to our Sweepstakes Winners

ConGRADs to our sweepstakes winners

Future Scholar, South Carolina’s 529 College Savings, wanted to say conGRADs to the Class of 2020 and South Carolina families helped mark the special occasion by participating in the Future Scholar ConGRADulations Facebook Sweepstakes. At the conclusion of the sweepstakes, 20 South Carolina high school seniors were selected in a random drawing to each receive a privately funded $529 contribution to their Future Scholar account to help with college expenses.

From Maya Angelou quotes to a simple "Love you, Peanut," participating parents' messages for their graduating seniors were filled with pride and joy, and we thank the families that helped us salute the Class of 2020. Congratulations to all of our winners:

  • Angie Chapman Willis, on behalf of Ashlynne Waters
  • Brian Culp, on behalf of Paige Culp
  • Carol Cochran Ivey, on behalf of Gina Ivey
  • Cedric Kirkman, on behalf of Gabby Kirkman
  • Dallas Richard Pridgen, on behalf of Aidan Pridgen
  • Darren Allison, on behalf of Michael Allison
  • Denise Kirk Leasure, on behalf of Kaleigh Elisabeth Leasure
  • Ellen Countryman, on behalf of Claire-Elizabeth Countryman
  • Jacqueline Merritt Keisler, on behalf of KaSaan Keisler
  • Jennifer Brunson, on behalf of Caleb Brunson
  • Jennifer Epps Marcengill, on behalf of Abby Marcengill
  • Jennifer Miles Davis, on behalf of Sydney Davis
  • Kevin Mischke, on behalf of Samantha Mischke
  • Lisa Goldsmith, on behalf of Kayla Goldsmith
  • Lisa Rzoska, on behalf of Blake Rzoska
  • Marcia Womble, on behalf of Walt Womble
  • Pamela Willard Kelley, on behalf of Ruby Grace Kelley
  • Stephanie Goen Cauthen, on behalf of Marlee Cauthen
  • Tiffani Walker, on behalf of Cameron Coakley
  • Toni Tregde, on behalf of Amanda Tregde


About Future Scholar
Future Scholar, South Carolina’s 529 College Savings Plan, is administered through the State Treasurer’s Office. For more information on Future Scholar and how to get started saving, visit FutureScholar.com. No state funds are used in marketing Future Scholar or awarding $529 grants.