Local students receive MAEGA scholarships

MAEGA Board of Directors: Anna Vallez, Gloria Castellanos, Al Graff, Betty Byrd, Linda Grensted, Gaby Beas, Marilyn Voorhies, Jan Wier, Carrie Vallez, Bruce Wadman

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The Mexican American Educational Guidance Association (MAEGA) held a Scholarship Awards Reception on June 17 at the San Dieguito Academy (Mosaic Cafe).

MAEGA volunteers awarded scholarships to 55 high school seniors in the San Dieguito Union High School District.

MAEGA awarded the largest amount ever in its 42 years —  $106,000 in scholarships from its all-volunteer nonprofit.  One of MAEGA’s donors, PacTrust Bank, gave $12,000 to MAEGA this year for scholarships.

– Photos/Jon Clark

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