Sierra Madre Civic Club Presents Education Awards

Sierra Madre Civic Club Presents Education Awards

‘For All That You Have and Will Achieve’

Pictured from left to right are: Isaac Garcia, Emma Martinez, Thomas Bent, Savannah Woods, Michael Carter, and Aliya Crochetiere – Courtesy photo

Pictured from left to right are: Isaac Garcia, Emma Martinez, Thomas Bent, Savannah Woods, Michael Carter, and Aliya Crochetiere – Courtesy photo

The Sierra Madre Civic Club presented its annual Education Awards to six local high school seniors at its May 8, 2014 meeting. Education Awards are given to graduating seniors chosen for academic excellence, school activity involvement, and community service.

The honorees are: Isaac Garcia, who is graduating from Duarte High School and will be attending Cal State LA; Emma Martinez, who is graduating from LaSalle High School and will be attending the University of Portland; Thomas Bent, who is also graduating from LaSalle High School and will be attending UC Santa Cruz; Savannah Woods, who is graduating from Pasadena High school and will be attending UC Davis; Michael Carter, who is graduating from Maranatha High School and will be attending Johns Hopkins University; and Aliya Crochetiere, who is graduating from Pasadena Polytechnic High School and will be attending UC Berkeley.

Civic Club was able to award a total of $4,500 among these worthy students. Members of the Civic Club Education

Awards committee, chaired by Ellen O’Leary and Gwen Robertson, presented the awards individually to each of the recipients stating that the award represented “for all that you have and will achieve.” Congratulations to these fine young students!

The Sierra Madre Civic Club is comprised of about 100 local and area women who come together to promote unity and good fellowship, and to strive toward civic, philanthropic, and youth welfare advancement. During the year, Civic Club raises monies which, in late Spring of each year, are donated to local philanthropic causes and are also awarded in the form of grants to local exceptional high school seniors.

Source Sierra Madre Weekly