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The South Plains College Foundation announced the establishment of the new Sgt. Joshua Bartlett Memorial Scholarship during the recent graduation of the SPC Law Enforcement Academy.  

The scholarship is established to assist students in the Law Enforcement program.  

A ceremonial check was presented to the Bartlett family.  

Included in the photo, from left, in front, are David Haigood, son; Rebecca Bartlett, wife; and son Logan Bartlett. In the back row are, from left, Hockley County Sheriff Ray Scifres; chairperson of the department of Professional Energy Kenny Burns; assistant professor of Law Enforcement Mark Wittie; assistant professor of Law Enforcement John Barnes; and instructor of Law Enforcement Craig Allen.  

Nathan Giese


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