(From left) Hugo Paredes, Katie Lawler, Zach Thomas, Kassidy Runyon and CJ Ware were at the Cedar Valley Arts Festival in Cedartown this weekend, and Thomas handed out scholarships to the trio up to $10,000 this year. (Contributed)

The owner of the Chick-fil-A of Rockmart provided local youth with scholarship funds this year, upward of $10,000.

Zach Thomas, who leads the Chick-fil-A team locally as well as head of The Leader Farm, handed out scholarships this year to Hugo Paredes, Katie Lawler, Kassidy Runyon and CJ Ware were provided financial help for their further education. The four also work for Chick-fil-A of Rockmart, upholding an annual tradition since opening the Highway 278 location in Polk County by the company to help further the education of employees through the Remarkable Futures Scholarship.

You can learn more about the scholarships here. All four received $2,500 each.

Thomas handed out the scholarship awards this year at the Cedar Valley Arts Festival in Cedartown.

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