Bigbee, West named 2023 winners of Liberty Community Scholarships

LIBERTY — The Liberty Community Scholarship Board has announced the recipients of the 2023 Liberty Community Scholarship, which is awarded to Liberty High School deniors for outstanding academic achievement, demonstrated leadership and showing a commitment to community service.

Millie Mae Bigbee plans to attend Anderson University in the fall to study medical imaging.

While at LHS, Bigbee was the president of the Interact Club, a member of Beta Club, a Teacher Cadet and a Tri-County dual enrollment student, and she assisted with school marketing and advertising. She is also an active member of Covenant Presbyterian Church and enjoys working at Winslett’s Produce Market in Easley.

Bailey Elizabeth West has always wanted to attend Clemson University and pursue a degree in animal and veterinarian science. She is thrilled that her hard work has paid off, and she will be attending Clemson in the fall. She is proud of her hard work to make the dream come true while still prioritizing family, church and helping her community.

“I’m very blessed to have a supportive family that has helped and guided me throughout the years, and I’m very excited to see where this next chapter of my life brings me,” West said.

Information about this scholarship, past winners and sponsor, including business and community leaders, may be found at the following: