Posted on May 23, 2018
The Skagit/Mount Vernon Rotary Club is pleased to announce it has awarded $85,000.00 in scholarship funds to 28 Skagit Valley High School seniors from the Class of 2018.  The following outstanding 2018 Graduates were awarded scholarships.

Bob Paciotti Memorial Scholarship Recipient:
Tiara Benham, Sedro Woolley High School, attending Whitworth University
Bernadette Roozen-Miller Memorial Scholarship Recipients:         
Alyssa Sybrandy, Mount Vernon High School, attending Western Washington University
Wallace Sigmar Memorial Scholarship Recipient:   
Mikayla Beath, Mount Vernon High School, attending Skagit Valley College
In addition, the following graduates received scholarships from the Skagit/Mount Vernon Rotary Club:
Anacortes High School Recipient:
Elizabeth Braatz
Burlington Edison High School Recipients:             
Qingyan Cao
Ellen Mowat
Sara Field
Sharon Husband
LaConner High School Recipients:
Emma Lee
Aubre Cunningham
Mount Vernon Christian School Recipient:           
Thomas LeClair
Mount Vernon High School Recipients:
Natasha Berthelote
Sarah Barker
Emily Hummel                                 
Chloe Cress
Ana Lopez Merino
Jessica Cooley
Yulisa Fernandez-Frauston
Carolina Valdez-Velazco
Ashley Sullivan
Aria Mazzarella
Hunter Tautvydas                                              
Abigail Rubio-Garza
Lizbeth Alvarez
Sedro Woolley High School Recipients:
Dylan Peterson
Kiana Gaines
Danyelle Counley
Taylor Manning
Kamira Hamilton
The Skagit /Mount Vernon Rotary Club will be funding $100,000 to Skagit Valley High School Graduates in the 2018-2019 school year.  The Skagit/Mount Vernon Rotary wishes to thank all of the attendees of its 30th Annual Seafood & Wild Game Dinner & Auction that was held on January 27, 2018 at St. Joseph Center in Mount Vernon, Washington where a record breaking $243,000 was raised.  These scholarships would not have been possible without the generous donations of our local community members in attendance. 
We wish all of our 2018 scholarship recipients the best of luck as they begin their college careers.