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Woodinville seniors receive scholarships from NSF

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Rotary Scholarships
Back, l-r: Woodinville Rotarian Karen McDonald, Brett Arrivey, Benjamin Wineman, Conner Kummerlowe, William Mason; middle: Counselor Kevin Tjoelker, Shayla Dorstad, Ashleigh Watson, Andrea Shaw;. front: Keelin Davis, Sarah Hubert. Photo by Steve Dolan
Nine graduating seniors from Woodinville High School and one from Secondary Academy for Success were among 60 recipients of 2012 scholarships sponsored by Woodinville Rotary Club and awarded May 22 at the 28th annual Northshore Scholarship Foundation recognition breakfast.

• Five Woodinville graduates presently attending college had their scholarships renewed.

• The Foundation presented scholarships totaling $132,500 for 2012-13 which brought the total value of grants made since 1984 to $2,006,870. The Foundation was started by Northshore Rotary Club, later joined in sponsorship by Kiwanis Club of Northshore and the Woodinville Rotary Club.

• Woodinville seniors honored at the event (with name of scholarship) were William Mason (Shawn Gardner Memorial), Keelin Davis (Nick Jewett Memorial, softball), Andrea Shaw (Knoll-Worthington Memorial, business), Sarah Hubert (Peg Phillips Memorial, theater arts), Conner Kummerlowe and Benjamin Wineman (Woodinville Rotary, achievement), Shayla Dorstad and Ashleigh Watson (Woodinville Rotary Make a Difference), Brett Arrivey (Pop Keeney Memorial football).

• Daniel Beltran, Secondary Academy senior, received the Woodinville Rotary Make a Difference renewable scholarship.

• Woodinville Rotary renewed the scholarships of Maren Talcott and Savannah Guillen (Pride Family Memorial, attending Washington State University), Evan Eriksen (attending Cascadia Community College), Heidi Schauble (attending University of Washington Bothell) and Maddie Williams (graduating from Cascadia to enroll at University of Washington, Seattle).

Proceeds for the Woodinville Rotary scholarships are from the club’s annual charitable giving program. More funds will be raised at an October 20 dinner auction.The club has contributed $2,173,000 to community and international programs.

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