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Heather Burns Memorial Scholarship Fund Awards Annual Scholarship
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Heather Burns Memorial Scholarship Fund Awards Annual Scholarship

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In September 2010, a group of friends, relatives and family members came together to form the Heather Burns Memorial Scholarship Fund (HBMSF).  Loved by many and seen as a positive role model, people in the community wanted to commemorate Heather’s extraordinary life.

 The fund honors Heather’s love of God, Christian principles, stewardship, and testimonial for higher education, while acknowledging and celebrating the faith, commitment, belief, and determination she used to achieve her educational goals.  Heather embodied the fruits of the spirit.

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Ebony Johnson, African American Business, Black Business, African American Entrepreneur, Black Entrepreneur, BuyBlack, All-Black Towns, Black Towns, Oklahoma Black Towns, Historic Black Towns, Gary Lee, M. David Goodwin, James Goodwin, Ross Johnson, Sam Levrault, Kimberly Marsh, John Neal, African American News, Black News, African American Newspaper, Black Owned Newspaper, The Oklahoma Eagle, The Eagle, Black Wall Street, Tulsa Race Massacre, 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre

HBMSF was created to serve students diagnosed with Sickle Cell Anemia Disease (individuals with Sickle Cell traits are not eligible), students with life threatening diseases, and students with special needs and financial hardships.

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