Northwest NEWS

June 17, 2002



Woodinville Rotary announces scholarship recipients

Woodinville Rotary Club included three students at University of Washington-Bothell in announcing its 2002 scholarship grants totaling $19,100.
   Introduced at the 18th annual Northshore Scholarship Foundation recognition breakfast were UWB's Cynthia Corsine, a student from Brazil who received the $2,600 Jerry Wilmot Memorial Business Management award; Robin Taylor, recipient of the $1,250 nursing scholarship; and Marcy Goodman, recipient of a $2,000 scholarship in the field of elementary education.
   A total of 68 scholarship winners were announced who will receive $92,850 in scholarship grants during 2002 through the Foundation, the Woodinville and Northshore Rotary clubs and Kiwanis Club of Northshore.
   Scholarships funded by Woodinville Rotary included three $2,000 academic scholarships at Woodinville High School to seniors Nina Jenkins, Colin Trovato and Elisabeth Snider. Stephanie Sutten, a WHS senior, received the Rotary's first Education Scholarship, a $1,250 grant for a student planning to enter the teaching field.
   Leadership scholarships each valued at $1,500 went to WHS seniors Agnes Seong and Allison Schmitt for service to their school and the community. Brian Ritchie, a National Merit Scholar at Woodinville received the $750 Blakely-Love Superintendent's award, Devika Shah the $1,000 Janet & Gordon Livengood Memorial Scholarship and Joel Beal a $1,000 Northshore Communications Scholarship awarded in memory of Jon M. Malinowski of Woodinville.
   Chris Boushee and Aubrey Bouvee of the Secondary Academy of Success each received $1,000 scholarships from Woodinville Rotary.
   Woodinville Rotary announced it will fund a $1,000 scholarship at UW Bothell in the fall in the field of environmental science.
   A complete list of 2002 scholarships announced at the breakfast will be found on the Foundation website at In its 18 years, the organizations have awarded 732 grants totaling $649,980.