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Pagosa Springs Rotary Club announces scholarship recipients

By Bob Eggleston
Special to The SUN

The Pagosa Springs Rotary Club is proud to announce the students receiving the 2014 Rotary Scholarships totaling $20,000. They are as follows:

• Jacob Manzanares, $8,000 to be paid over four years. He is attending University of Colorado-Colorado Springs studying computer science.

• Devyn Doctor, $5,000 to be paid over four years. She is attending Western Washington University studying finance.

• Luke Hansen, $1,000. He is attending Colorado School of Mines studying chemical engineering.

• Mesa Lynch, $1,000. She is attending University of Colorado-Boulder studying integrative physiology.

• Tyler Greenly, $1,000. He is attending Colorado State University studying ecological biology.

• Amber Onello, $1,000. She is attending University of Colorado- Colorado Springs studying criminal justice.

• Jesse Richardson, $1,000. He will be attending University of Colorado-Colorado Springs studying computer technology.

• Austin Drake, $500. He will be attending San Juan College studying automotive technology.

• Anissa Lucero, $500. She will be attending Otero Junior College studying cosmetology.

• Dana Danielson, $500. She will be attending Red Rocks Community College studying culinary arts.

• Rogelio Padilla Jr., $500. He will be attending Front Range Community College studying computer information systems.

Since 1983, the Pagosa Springs Rotary Club has awarded a total of $343,500 in scholarships to 144 high school graduates. The Pagosa Springs Rotary Club congratulates all of the graduating seniors this year.

This story was posted on May 15, 2014.