Bourbon County Twins Appointed To Air Force Academy

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Updated: 5/24/2012 11:19 pm
        Meagan and Savannah Whitaker are twins graduating from Bourbon County High School and in the Fall will enroll at the United States Air Force Academy.

        The girls went through a year-long application process that includes a nomination from a member of Congress.

        The appointment means they will receive a full ride scholarship, worth forty-thousand dollars a year.

        Both girls earned straight-A's through their high school careers and received numerous other awards from the school.

        Meagan and Savannah plan to major in engineering at the Academy.
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