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CFIC presents 10 $1,000 scholarships

Courtesy<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->From left, Nancy Riddle, president of the Morning Glories; Lynne Durant, Mohave County Extension educator; Linda Corona, CFIC Council president; and Marion Phelps, president of the Meadview Quail celebrate the CFIC’s “Blast from the Past” recently.

Courtesy<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->From left, Nancy Riddle, president of the Morning Glories; Lynne Durant, Mohave County Extension educator; Linda Corona, CFIC Council president; and Marion Phelps, president of the Meadview Quail celebrate the CFIC’s “Blast from the Past” recently.

KINGMAN - The Mohave County Community and Family Interest Clubs will be presenting 10 $1,000 scholarships to Mohave County high school graduates.

The students were chosen from the applications that were submitted to the CFIC Scholarship Committee.

The Meadview Quail CFIC and the Morning Glories CFIC contribute to the CFIC Scholarship fund.

This year will be the 50th Anniversary of what began as homemakers clubs and are now called Community and Family Interest Clubs.

At the recent annual CFIC Council meeting, members celebrated with a "Blast From the Past - the 1960s."

Everyone enjoyed the fun decorations, all the far-out 1960s clothes, 1960s music and dancing performed by the talented Quail dancers and singers. A meal was served, followed by dessert with a slice of the Anniversary cake.

Contact Jeanne Ensign for information about the CFIC organization at (928) 757-0474.