Canyon Crest Academy Dollars for Scholars

Dollars for Scholars Committee members: front row, from left, Pam Snyder, Amanda Chin, Beth Broussalian, Bhuvana Ramanathan, Kim Muchnik, Paige Heenan, Angela Marshall; back row, Gwen Lawler, Stacy Modugno, Marty Foltyn, Janet Ernst, Vicki Reismann

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Canyon Crest Academy Dollars For Scholars held its scholarship awards on May 21 in the Proscenium Theater on the CCA campus.

This year, scholarships totaling $29,750 were awarded to 51 outstanding CCA seniors who plan to attend a two- or four-year university or college, vocational, or technical school.  CCA Dollars for Scholars is a program of Scholarship America. For more information, or to learn how to donate for the 2013-14 awards, visit the CCA Dollars for Scholars website at www.ccadfs.org.

–Photos/McKenzie Images

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