Bodega Bay Grange hands out seven scholarships
Bodega Bay Grange hands out scholarships
From flea markets to musical shows, the Bodega Bay Grange has raised money all year, and is now ready to hand it out to seven deserving students in the form of scholarships. Six were given to Tomales High School graduates, and one to an El Molino High School student. The hard working recipients are: Andrew Carmagno, who will major in Food Technology at Oregon State University; Rocia Gomez, who will major in criminal justice at Sacramento State University; Heather Mahrt, who will major in Crops, Horticulture and Resource Management–college still pending; Olivia Piazza, who will major in Biochemistry (Pre-med) at Santa Rosa Junior College and then UCB; and Teresa Vega, who will enter the nursing program at Dominican University or Sacramento State University. From El Molino High School, Sierra Veille, whose major is as yet undecided, will attend Santa Rosa Junior College.
Congratulations to the young people who earned the scholarships and the the hard working Grangers who raised the money to help them on their way.