Our Mission is to develop endowments that will greatly improve the quality of life for Jennings County residents in perpetuity; to provide responsible stewardship of those gifts; to promote leadership in addressing community issues; and to make grants in fields of community service, social service, education, health, environment and the arts.
Erin is the daughter of James and Teresa Torline of North Vernon. Erin’s goal is to become a speech pathologist helping people participate fully in society. It is through this vocation “I will make a difference in other’s lives while fulfilling my own”.
Her college plans are to study this area at Indiana State University. At Shawe and at JCHS Erin was singled out for academic accomplishments. She ranked 13th in her class and won awards in Spanish, biology, composition, world history and U.S. history.
Andrew is the son of Marnie Jackson and has two younger siblings. Andrew has been a member of the JCHS Orchestra three years and was awarded the outstanding violin award two years.
At JCHS, Duncan was active in the German Club, the German National Honor Society and the French Club. He was inducted into the National Honor Society his Junior year. Duncan, plans on studying linguistics and Germanic studies at Indiana University, Andrew ranked 22 in his senior class of 258. He said “I can’t believe they chose me over the other applicants”.