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Nancy Hickson, Scholarship Chair; Petra Torres-Rodriguez; and Orle Jackson, Volunteer Executive Director
Tehama Together Awards 2nd Annual Albright Scholarship
Tehama Together is pleased to announce that Petra Torres-Rodriguez was recently awarded the Second Annual Dennis Albright Scholarship.
Petra is a recent graduate of Red Bluff High School and will be attending Shasta College – the first in her family to go on to higher education. She is a community volunteer and is interested in science, broadcasting and administration of justice. In selecting Petra as the recipient, Tehama Together extended appreciation to the other graduates who submitted scholarship applications.
The $1000.00 scholarship was established in 2018 to honor Dennis Albright, a board member of Tehama Together and a long time Red Bluff attorney.
Tehama Together is pleased with the support from the community for this scholarship program. For further information regarding Tehama Together go to www.tehamatogeher.org. or phone 530-527-2223
Orle Jackson and Candy Carlson representing Tehama Together, congratulate Kailee Bowling and Noelia Coyote-Barragan, Albright Scholarship recipients.
Tehama Together Awards Two Albright Scholarships
During Red Bluff High School's Senior Awards Program $1,000 scholarships were awarded by Patricia Phillips, President of Tehama Together, to Kailee Bowling and Noelia Coyote-Barragan from Tehama Together in memory of Dennis Albright.
This scholarship program, under the leadership of Nancy Hickson, has been established by the Albright Family and Tehama Together to pay tribute to Dennis, a local attorney, for his support of Tehama Together and many other groups for which he generaously gave his time and expertise.
Kailee was selected by the review committee in recognition of her academic success, extensive volunteer activities, and participation in numerous school activities while coping with several personal challenges. She intends to pursue her education in animal science. Kailee is the grand daughter of Diane and Mark Black
Noelia was selected because of her academic excellence, community involvement, superior referrals and her strong commitment to furthering her education in bioengineering at UC Davis. Noelia, daughter of Noemi Barragan and Jose Coyote, has experienced personal situations which have motivated her to pursue her education in this field.
Tehama Together appreciates the many individuals who have contributed to this scholarship fund and anticipates making it an annual program. To learn more about Tehama Together or this program please go to www.tehamatogether.org or phone 530-527-2223.