The Earline Parmon Scholarship Fund has been established to assist students who have been accepted to Historically Black Colleges and Universities but do not have the financial resources necessary to continue their education.  The initial HBCU that has been selected is Parmon's alma mater - Winston Salem State University.



Earline Parmon Scholarship Fund Dinner Reception

The Fund is committed to help mold our youth into sound citizens and people of character and integrity by encouraging them to continue their education after high school. The ultimate goal is to get more young people inspired to complete their college education and obtain an advanced degree. Also, the Fund is committed to help at-risk youth in our community, especially those identified as gifted or talented that do not have the resources to support continued development. Working in conjunction with the schools, churches and parents, it is the Fund’s intention to provide experiences designed to address the needs of young people. Resources will be used to provide incentives, motivation and support that stimulate social, spiritual, academic and professional success among children in our community.

Earline Parmon Receives the 2008 Living Legend Award as The Earline Parmon Scholarship Fund is Officially Named in Her Honor


Mistress of Ceremonies: SimpliNet

Keynote speaker: NC Speaker of the House Representative Joe Hackney


Below are photos taken at the Dinner Reception

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