Camarillo Rotary Scholarships

On May 24, the Rotary Club of Camarillo awarded college scholarships to eight deserving students.  Applications were invited from all high schools in the Camarillo area.  We are happy to announce that:

Delainey Fay Bright from Rio Mesa High School received the Philip B. Gore Scholarship

Chelsea Austin Flores from Rio Mesa High School received the Bill Maxwell Memorial Scholarship

Jorden Rae Harber from Rio Mesa High School received the Elaine Peterson Inspirational Scholarship

Bryne Tiffany Kirksey from Adolfo Camarillo High School received the Tish Taylor Scholarship

Madison Taylor McCardell from Rio Mesa High School received the Scott Family Memorial Vocational Scholarship

Harrison Charles Mello from Adolfo Camarillo High School received the Christopher Vanos Memorial Scholarship

Hanna Marie Rueter from Adolfo Camarillo High School received the Michael Levanant Memorial Roadrunner Shuttle Service Scholarship

Hailey Alyssa Schulenburg from Adolfo Camarillo High School received the Bill Kohagen Memorial Scholarship

Camarillo Rotary makes a special effort to award scholarships to students who exemplify the Rotary motto of “Service above Self.”  The Scholarship Committee interviews each candidate to see how they are involved in the community.

Awards were also given to three 9th grade students at Adolfo Camarillo High School for the best essay about the 4-Way Test, an ethical guide used by Rotarians for making personal and professional decisions.  It goes like this – Of the things we think, say or do: Is it the Truth?  Is it Fair to all concerned?  Will it build Goodwill and better Friendships?  Will it be Beneficial to all concerned?  The winners of the essay contest this year are:

 

 

1st place (on photo R) – Lauren Boswell 2nd place (in Middle)  – Rain Galano 3rd place (on photo L) – Melanie Badalian

Rotary is an organization of business and professional leaders providing humanitarian service and building goodwill.  Rotarians have served the needs of communities worldwide since 1905.  Rotary clubs meet in Camarillo on Tuesdays for breakfast and on Wednesdays at noon.  For more information about Rotary, see www.camarillorotary.org.


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