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Roslyn McManus says her daughter, Latisha Potts, is still waiting on scholarship money that was promised to her from the Michael Blackmon Foundation in Lancaster.
Potts, a recent Indian Land High School graduate, was one of two area students selected as this year’s recipients of a $500 scholarship from the foundation, started in memory of the Lancaster man who died years ago from AIDS.
Linda Blackmon-Brace, Michael’s sister and a Lancaster City Council member, is the foundation’s president and chief executive officer.
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