Congressman Scott Peters presents award to Canyon Crest Academy student

(Above. l-r) Lalitha Suryanarayana, Jeff Copeland, Congressman Scott Peters, Vaishnavi Rao, Principal Brian Köhn, Elise Davis, and Rao Madhavrao. Photo/Jon Clark

On April 29, Congressman Scott Peters (CA-52) presented Vaishnavi Rao and Canyon Crest Academy with $1,000 grant checks provided by the U.S. Capitol Historical Society.  Rao won the “Making Democracy Work” essay contest sponsored by the Society.  Peters helped open the school during his time on the San Diego City Council.

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