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Local clubs award 8 $1,000 grants

Kingman High School CFICV scholarship recipients, from left, are Trudy Massie, Tiffanie Fultz, Darrian Pennington, Wyatt Taylor, Latecia Vargas and Amanda Williams.

KINGMAN - The Community and Family Interest Clubs of Mohave County, including members of the Meadview Quail CFIC and the Kingman Morning Glories CFIC, chose eight Mohave County high school graduates to each receive a $1,000 scholarship with the funds the clubs raised during the year.

The Scholarship Committee members presented the students with the $1,000 scholarship at awards ceremonies at each school.

Scholarship recipients for 2014 from Kingman Academy of Learning were:

• Gabriel El-Awik, a 4.0 grade-point average honor roll student for four years. He will attend Northern Arizona University to major in Biology and plans to become a dentist.

• Garnet White, 3.42 GPA student, will attend SW University of Visual Arts in Tucson to earn a BA in Animation.

Scholarship recipients from Kingman High School were:

• Darrian Pennington, a 3.62 GPA student, will attend Mohave Community College to earn a degree as a registered nurse.

• Wyatt Taylor, a 4.08 GPA student, will attend the University of Colorado to study Mechanical Engineering.

• Gertrude Massie, 4.20 GPA student, will attend the University of Arizona to study for a masters in Health Care.

• Latecia Vargas, a 3.64 GPA student, will attend San Diego State University to earn a degree in Elementary Education.

• Amanda Williams, a 4.20 GPA student, will attend Weber State University in Ogden, Utah, to major in Nutritional Sciences.

• Tiffanie Fultz, a 2.76 GPA student, will attend Grand Canyon University to study Criminal Justice.


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