This year, 23 children and seven spouses of Pantexans were selected to receive scholarships of up to $1,000 to help with their college education. B&W Pantex has been administering the annual scholarship program since taking over as the Pantex Management and Operating contractor in 2001.
“B&W Pantex recognizes the importance of education,” Woolery said. “These students have worked hard and we look forward to seeing what they will accomplish as they continue their studies.”
About the photo:
B&W Pantex General Manager John Woolery, left, congratulates Alex Graham, right, while his mother, Pantex Historian Monica Graham looks on at a reception honoring winners of the B&W Pantex scholarship program Monday.