Hannibal-LaGrange University announces two Founder’s Day scholarship recipients

HLGU scholars 2024

Julia Mobley, left, and Elizabeth Tucker. | Photos courtesy of Hannibal-LaGrange University

HANNIBAL, Mo. — Hannibal-LaGrange University recently announced Elizabeth Tucker and Julia Mobley as the recipients of its Founder’s Day competition. The school hosted students from across the country to compete for full-tuition scholarships.

Tucker, from Lake Saint Louis, is the daughter of Brandon and Kelly Tucker. She is being homeschooled and has been active in going on mission trips, enjoying music and helping out with vacation bible school. She is undecided for her major.

Mobley, from Hallsville, Texas, is the daughter of Michael and Erica Mobley. She is completing her high school years at Longview Christian School, where she was active in volleyball, music (violin and guitar) and volunteering. She plans to be a part of the nursing department.

“We are proud of all the students that competed this year for this prestigious scholarship,” Rachael Abrahamson, HLGU director of admissions, said in a press release. “I’m proud of the hard work that our recipients and non-recipients put into their essays and interviews. I’m looking forward to what each participant is going to bring to HLGU in the years to come.”

EDITOR’S NOTE: The scholarship recipients were misidentified in a photo caption in a previous version of this story.

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