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Local Students Awarded National Scholarships through Foundation for Rural Service

Shallotte, NC - Two Brunswick County students were recently awarded scholarships through the Foundation for Rural Service (FRS), an organization which supports rural telecom companies and consumers. ATMC is a member of the FRS, and each year the organization awards annual scholarships to qualifying students across rural America. South Brunswick High School senior, Luke Boldt, and West Brunswick High School senior, Olivia Fish, were both recipients of 2020 FRS scholarships.
Luke Boldt, son of Terry and Lori Boldt of Bolivia, NC, was selected for the prestigious $5,000 JSI Scholarship through the Foundation for Rural Service. Boldt will be attending East Carolina University in the fall where he plans to study medicine. The FRS JSI Staurulakis Family Scholarships are funded by Manny and Leo Staurulakis, of JSI, in honor of their parents John and Chresanthe Staurulakis. Four $5,000 JSI scholarships are awarded each year and give preference to students with an interest in science, math, medicine, or engineering. 
Olivia Fish, daughter of James and Joline Fish of Ash, NC, was awarded the $1,000 Roger Alan Cox Scholarship. Fish plans to study biology at Brigham Young University in the fall. In 2017, FRS created the Roger Alan Cox Scholarship sponsored by Herman and Whiteaker, LLC. Roger Cox served Brunswick County in the rural telecommunications industry, spending the last 27 years of his life at ATMC primarily in leadership roles as Chief Financial Officer, Chief Operating Officer and General Manager. This scholarship honors Roger’s passion and endless drive to help ensure that rural Americans have access to the same technology and education as every other American.
“We are honored that two local Brunswick County students were selected for these national scholarships,” said Keith Holden, ATMC CEO. “They have shown tremendous commitment to their schoolwork and to their communities and we know they will have great success in their next chapter.” 
FRS offers an annual college scholarship program to help further higher education among rural youth. Pam Becker, Executive Director for FRS commented, “It is a privilege for FRS to have a small role in supporting the continued
education of these students through our scholarship program. Every applicant was impressive and demonstrated a deep knowledge of and dedication to their rural communities. We thank all of our donors for making this scholarship program possible year after year.”

Pictured: Victoria Bellamy, ATMC Marketing and Public Relations Coordinator, presents FRS checks to Luke Boldt and Olivia Fish. 
About ATMC 
ATMC is a member-owned cooperative providing a multitude of communications services, including telephone, business services, wireless, broadband internet, cable television, and ATMC Security, in Brunswick County, North Carolina. ATMC provides services in additional areas through its wholly owned subsidiary, ATMC, LLC. ATMC is the largest communications cooperative in North Carolina and one of the largest in the country. For more information on ATMC products and services, visit

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