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Eight students win scholarships

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raduation time is always fun, and it is so inspirational to watch and hear the students talk about their future goals. The Glendale Kiwanis Club for many years has recognized graduating students and given scholarships to help them reach their next goals. This year, the Kiwanis Club gave eight students each a $2,500 scholarship.

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Selecting those students from the many very qualified scholarship applicants was certainly no easy job for the Kiwanis scholarship committee. The committee interviewed and reviewed student scholarship applications from five area high schools and Glendale Community College before making the decision.

The students who received the scholarships are a very impressive and articulate group of young people, beginning with

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Thomas Queally V

from Glendale High School who is going to

UC Berkeley

to double major in French and international relations.

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Louise Lee and Vhe Zograbyan,

graduates from Hoover High School, have solid plans. Louise plans to attend

UCLA

to major in biochemistry, and Vhe plans to attend

UC Irvine

to start on the path to become a surgeon/physician.

Lara Kumjian,

a Clark Magnet High School graduate, also plans to attend UC Irvine to major in biology and become a physician in family practice and pediatrics.

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Geovany Siguenza

graduated from the Glendale Adventist Academy. He plans to attend Pacific Union College in Loma Linda to major in chemistry, and then go on to medical school.

Melissa Franco and Taleen Guzman

both graduated from Holy Family High School. Melissa plans to attend

UC

Davis to major in chemistry and then go to medical school. Taleen plans to go to

USC

with double majors in landscape architecture and urban planning.

Tigranuki Stepan

yan

is completing her goals at Glendale Community College and will be going to UCLA in the fall. She plans to major in psychology. After graduation from UCLA, she plans to attend medical school.

The Glendale Kiwanis Foundation funds the scholarships that are given memorializing many Kiwanians including

Tom Miller, Tom Bistagne

,

Park Arnold, Emil Kiefer

and many others.

Glendale Kiwanis Club meets at noon every Friday at the Glendale Elks Club, 120 E. Colorado St., Glendale. For information call

Vic Legerton

at (818) 354-8838.

Rotarians see future for students

The Crescenta-Cañada Rotary Club continued its years of recognizing outstanding graduating students from both Crescenta Valley and La Cañada high schools. The club dedicated its last two meetings to honor the students, their parents and to give out scholarship awards.

Crescenta Valley graduates selected to receive scholarships were

Christina Choi,

who will attend USC and major in business;

Julia Marcheque,

who

will also attend USC and major in neuroscience;

An

gela Oh

, who will enter the USC pre-med program this fall; and

Michelle Park,

who is off to

New York University

to major in hospitality management.

The club selected three graduating students from the La Cañada High School arts program to receive scholarships.

Andrew Bentz,

who will attend

Brigham Young

College in Idaho to major in photography;

Zoe McWatters,

who

is off to

Brown University

to major in arts and physiology; and,

Grace Shin,

who will attend the Rhode Island School of Design.

Crescenta-Cañada Rotary Club meets at 6:30 p.m. every Tuesday at Frank's Famous Kitchen and Bakery, 3315 N. Verdugo Road, Glendale.

For more information, call

Joe Kroening

at (818) 249-2016.

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