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Industry awards scholarships BURBANK -- Charter Communications...

Industry awards scholarships

BURBANK -- Charter Communications and the Southern California

Cable & Telecommunications Assn. are accepting applications for their

2003 scholarship program.

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For the seventh consecutive year, scholarships ranging from $2,500

to $25,000 will be awarded to high school seniors who wish to pursue

a career in the cable and telecommunications industry.

Application forms are available by visiting the association’s Web

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site at www.sccta.org. Applicants must submit an essay on their plans

for a future in this industry. Winners will be selected based on

essay composition, grade-point average, and a willingness to make a

positive contribution to their community.

Applications must be received by mail no later than 5 p.m. March

21 at the association’s office, 1070 E. Orange Grove Ave.

The scholarships will be awarded at each recipient’s high school

awards night in May.

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Since the program’s inception in 1997, 30 scholarships totaling

$150,000 have been awarded.

Monte Carlo Night benefits Burroughs

HILLSIDE DISTRICT -- The John Burroughs High School Vocal Music

Assn. invites the public to attend Monte Carlo Night. The event

begins at 7 p.m. Friday in the Starlight Ballroom at The Castaway,

1250 Harvard Road.

The evening includes casino games, live music and a silent auction

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with many contributions from the local business community.

A buffet dinner will be served.

All proceeds will benefit the school choirs, which will travel to

New York in March to compete in national competitions.

Reservations are required and the suggestion donation is $40 per

person. For reservations, call Sherri at 505-0607.

Compiled by Molly Shore


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