Wednesday, June 18, 2014
BREWSTER Brewster High School has announced winners of senior scholarships and awards.
Maricela Banda - Primeros/Primeras College Bound, $150.
Brette Boesel - Steiner Foundation scholarship, $ 1,250; Rawson scholarship, $1,000; Okanogan Masonic Lodge Herbert and Elizabeth Davis scholarship, $700; Western Washington University Opportunity Pathway scholarship, $2,000; WWU presidential scholarship, $2,000; WWU volleyball scholarship, $35,000; Jack and Marie Kirk award, $1,000; Brewster Kiwanis Club academic scholarship, $1,500; total $43,450.
Margie Brammer - Gonzaga University dean’s scholarship, $13,000/renewable up to four years; Gonzaga grant $7,000/renewable up to four years; Danny Carrillo-Art Institute Portfolio scholarship, 25 percent of tuition for bachelor’s in film; total $30,000.
Easton Driessen - Wenatchee Valley College athletic scholarship for basketball, $4,200.
Diana Garcia - Primeros/Primeras, $400.
Karina Garfias - Seasonal grant , $3,000; Culinary Institute of America chef scholarship, $4,000/renewable up to four years.
Lesley Hernandez - Hermanos del Arte Masonic Lodge No. 314, $1,500; Primeros/Primeras College Bound, $650; Okanogan Masonic Lodge No. 169 Herbert and Elizabeth Davis Scholarship, $500; Brewster Mike Marin Memorial scholarship, $500; Sea Mar Community Health Centers farm worker scholarship, $1,000; Brewster Education Association, $500; Future Cougars of Color scholarship, $1,000; Coca-Cola Refreshments West Region scholarship, $1,000; Leadership 1000, $20,000/renewable up to four years; Brewster Kiwanis Club academic scholarship, $500; total $87,150.
Monica Landdeck - Full scholarship for North Idaho Community College, $8,000/renewable up to two years.
Maria Lopez - Primeros/Primeras College Bound scholarship, $200.
Kimberly Ramirez - Miss Washington scholarship, $100.
Kristina Ramirez - Okanogan Masonic Lodge No. 169 Herbert and Elizabeth Davis Scholarship, $350; Brewster Mike Marin Memorial scholarship, $300; George Washington scholarship for Eastern Washington University, $1,050; Eastern Washington University ASC First Year Scholars scholarship, $1,500; total $3,200.
Sally Romo - Costco diversity scholarship, $10,000/renewable up to four years; Primeros/Primeras, $400; Brewster Education Association, $500; Judith Kirk Evans award $1,000; Sea Mar Community Health Centers farm worker scholarship, $1,000; Leadership 1000 scholarship, $5,000/renewable up to four years; total: $62,900.
Chandler Smith - University of Nebraska full tuition five years, $151,250.
Joshua Squirres - Washington State University academic scholarship, $2,000.
Adrian Urias - Wahington State University Future Cougars of Color, $4,000.
Jessica Vargas - Rawson scholarship, $750; Okanogan Masonic Lodge No. 169 Herbert and Elizabeth Davis scholarship, $350; Primeros/Primeras College Bound, $400; Sea Mar Community Health Centers farm worker scholarship, $1,000; Washington State University Future Cougars of Color, $4,000; Brewster Kiwanis Club academic scholarship, $500; total $7,000.
Total scholarships for class - $463,800.
Agriculture - Hunter Bach.
Art - Logan Miller.
Business education - Danny Carrillo.
English - Chandler Smith.
Family and consumer science - Jessica Vargas.
Foreign language - Yolanda Olvera.
Math - Gaby Tores.
Music - Kole Webster.
Physical education - Oscar Roa.
Science - Lesley Hernandez.
Social studies - Sally Romo.
Special services - Flor Rosales.
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